Monday, October 28, 2013

A Puzzling Situation!

 
 
I've been working on a new art project! A bunch of my scrappy peeps over at CropCircles  and I are doing a puzzle piece swap. We each purchased a puzzle and sent a piece to each of the members in our group. We then alter each others piece in whatever way we wish and send them back to the owner . The altered pieces are then reassembled and Viola! We all end up with a unique piece of art filled with lovely little messages from our friends. Warning: LOTS of photos!
 
So here are the pieces that I have done so far....
 
 A pink Paislee rub on over Heartfelt Creation paper.
 
Heartfelt Creation paper and Studio Calico stars painted with Smooch
 
 
Awesome Stampendous metallic embossing powder { my new addiction thanks to KELLY KLAPSTEIN }on a wood piece.
 
Awesome paint splatter stamp colored with Smooch instead of inks.
 
 
 
Heartfelt Creation paper and Martha Stewart butterfly punch
 
 
Stampin 'Up embosslit butterfly
 
 
More Studio Calico wooden stars painted with Smooch

 
 Prima dancer charm and music note rub-ons by ?????
 
 
  Gabriella papers from Bo Bunny
 
 
More Bo Bunny papers
 
 
Can you guess that I did these three pieces at the same sitting? lol Bo Bunny again!
 


Lots of clock stamps...largest one stamped using the Stampendous emboss powder again.
 

 
This is one of the shabby colors in this line of Stampendous powders. Isn't it gorgeous???
 
 
Another in the metallic line of embossing powders...this one is called Hunter green
 
  
And this is the last one that I have done so far... I looooove the pink shabby embossing powder...soooo pretty!
 
 
I used a variety of stamped verses from several different sets including Unity Stamps, Inkadinkadoo,Tim Holtz and Maya Road.
 
I am soooo anxious to get my puzzle pieces back from the girls! Can't wait to get my puzzle re- assembled  and hanging on my craft room wall. I'll share that with you when it gets completed. Thanks for popping by today. Happy scrapping!
 
 
 

16 comments:

  1. OK...now this is unbelievable. oh WOW. How did you do this?? Make each and every puzzle piece a little work of art. I'm AMAZED.

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  2. These are gorgeous! What a great idea. I love all the sayings too.

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  3. I got mine today Michelle...I LOVE it and all the others are simply amazing too! - Rexene

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  4. What an awesome idea! This would make such a special hanging! Hope you post the completed project at the end when you get all your pieces!

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  5. Love them all, especially the one I received!!! And thank you so much for the little gift, I ADORE it :)

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  6. These are all truly works of art.

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  7. very pretty Michelle...hope you post a picture of your completed puzzle!! Awesome idea!

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  8. WOW!!! All Gorgeous!!! LOVE the pink embossing powder on the last piece...(I just LOOOOVE my piece from you!!!Thank You!!)

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  9. Wow how cool is that . All the pieces are gorgeous . Love all the different saying on each piece. Anxious to see the finished puzzle.

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  10. WOW!!!! What an idea! These are beyond fabulous!

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  11. So SOOO Inspiring! Thaks for allowing all of us to participate in your AWESOME Creativity - and PLEEEAZE keep sharing (smile)

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  12. Wow, who would have thought that puzzle pieces could become little pieces of art!
    Totally blown away! Great work ladies!!

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  13. I found you via Lynne - what a cool & fun idea! So glad to have discovered you - I'm your newest follower :)
    (PS - did you know you have word verification turned on?)

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  14. You are amazing!! Love these!!!!!!!!!

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  15. I love these beautiful pieces of art! What a wonderful idea :)

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  16. these are absolutely stunning!!! I already have mine and love it !!!!!!

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