Tuesday, April 12, 2011

It's about Tattered Time!!

When I first saw this stack, Tattered Time, I thought that it would be perfect for everyone who is loving the whole grunge, ink, chipboard kinda look that is so huge right now. When I personally look for supplies, I generally lean towards the cutesy, bright colored papers and supplies. Don't know why, must match my personality or something :) So when I started playing with this stack, I wasn't sure how my layout would turn out since this stack is NOT cutesy and bright colored ;) But I love stepping out of my box and challenging myself to use new supplies.


I love how this layout turned out! From the cover of the stack, you don't really see some of the awesome color that is on some of the prints. Love it! 

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I cut out the "Bowling" letters from a sheet of paper that looked like this....




Journaled on some tickets that I cut from a page like this....



And added a few more finishing touches. I love how great these papers look with my bowling pictures from Friday night. That's what I love about STACKS....there are so many prints and themes in a particular stack, you can create endless layout with endless themes with one stack! LOVE ;)

I hope you like that page! I loved making it :) Back on Thursday!!

38 comments:

  1. Love this paper, can not wait to get my hands on it.

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  2. LOVE IT!! Going to have to go find this one, a must have!

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  3. Love this paper! Looks like one more thing I "need".

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  4. Wow! Love the layout and the colors! I love the whole aged look and the tickets & letters are wonderful. I can't wait to get this stack!

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  5. oh wow such a wonderful page... I love it.

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  6. Love this layout. Love the paper too. Cant wait to go get the new stacks.

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  7. Great idea...I may try this for a Boy Scout layout!

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  8. Erin, you probably have got the coolest job on the planet! I would LOVE to work for DCWV! I am totally in love with this paper stack, it'll go fabulously with Tim Holtz edgier embellies, definitely going to pick this one up!! Thank you, DCWV!

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  9. I love the layout and that is such a cool stack!

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  10. Erin, your layout is really cute! I love your design and the way you embellished it. Oh, and the pics. are cute, too!

    You know I feel the same way about colors and things. This stack may surprise me! I will let you know when I see this and the other stacks at JoAnn. Thanks for sharing!!

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  11. I love the paper, you have a good idea!!it's really beautifull

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  12. oh wow, i absolutely love your LO - and what a great stack, I must have!!!

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  13. Awesome LO!! Love how you cut out the letters and tickets!

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  14. That is a gorgeous layout! You have inspired me once again.

    Leslie

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  15. This is beautiful. I absolutely LOVE it! Can't wait to get it.

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  16. What a great page, this stack is perfect for your pictures!! I may have to give this stack another thought!

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  17. Your layout is great! Would love to make a mini from this stack.
    Gloria

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  18. I was so excited when I saw this stack at Joann's last week. Grabbed it right away. I love it. Your page is awesome and yep, just goes to show, the stacks can be used for just about everything. Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Awesome layout. I love this stack and got it last week. I can't wait to use it. TFS...

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  20. Way to step outside of your comfort zone. It came out beautiful!!! Hugs- Glora

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  21. Great job, I love those tickets, they are becoming my new favorite embelishment

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  22. Your layout is very cool looking! Like you, I lean more to the pretty side of crafting. Not so much cutesy but pretty, leaning toward the shabby chic and vintage styles. I do love the way it looks and really enjoy seeing things other people make with it. I just never seem to create projects myself using those materials.

    Your family looks very Scandinavian! You're all so blonde. Very nice looking and photogenic too! :o)

    Anniebee

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  23. I love your layout! I cant wait for New Zealand to get them. This, Mariposa and le creme are my favs absolutely. I love all the others too
    Love DCWV!

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  24. Awesome LO! And I can never get enough of those hansome boys...TFS

    Beth Anne in PA

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  25. Love it! It is wonderful to see the other side of DCWV. Especially awesome for a more masculine project. TFS

    Jess B
    thatzuneek@gmail.com

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  26. Bowling layout turned out wonderful! This stack has promise, I will be looking for it in the future. Thanks for sharing your project!

    circlebenterprises.com

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  27. Amazing! I love how you used all the different elements from the pack.

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  28. This stack is cool! Love that the tickets are blank so I can add my own words to them.

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  29. Love the LO and I hope to see more of it! Love the stack....mmmmm...think I'll be going to Joanns and get myself that stack! Thanks for sharing!

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  30. Great stack and WONDERFUL layout! Thanks for sharing.

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  31. This is a great layout. I could only get one of the new stacks at Jo-Ann's due to budget restraints, so I went with the Lemon Tree. Just so you know- there is a kitchen remodel in the works centered around the colors in that stack! I just love, LoVe, LOVE the Lemon Tree stack. Thanks so much for all the adorable ideas and products!!

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  32. Love this paper! Please check out my own scrappin' blog that I share with my best friend at http://bluebellybutton.blogspot.com/ ...Happy Crafting!!

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  33. I saw this stack at Joann..I was hesitant about getting it but it's now on my must have list!
    Thanks for this example!

    Tisha
    http://tishascraftcove.blogspot.com

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  34. Thanks for showing how to use some of the papers that puzzle me. Love the ticket journaling the best!

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  35. Hi just found your blog on search of Die Cut With a View products. I really like Die Cut With a View products especially their paper line. I have two of there paper pads. I just bought The Tattered Time paper pad. On Joann's online store the other day. So can't wait to have a look at it and come up with some neat layouts. I'm in the process of doing three heritage albums for each of my grandparents. I think this and the DCWV Heirloom paper stack I have it'll work well together.

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