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Friday, August 15, 2014

AO ATB

 Happy Friday!  Another long week for me. I squeezed in a little time this morning to create an ATB. I had high hopes for this little box but not sure I got quite the effect I intended.  I created this for the Frilly & Funky ATB challenge sponsored by the Frilly & Funky Boutique and the Artistic Outpost Monthly Challenge.


 I love these figures from AO and I mixed two sets and they started the design of my ATB.



 I used the Wallflower Paper from Tim Holtz as the base of my box and my clocks. 



 A few other angles

 The other side.

The sets for AO are actually available both from Artistic Outpost in their store  or Linda' Boutique also carries them.

Products: Artistic Outpost - Hayride, The Outpost, Home, Old Grist Mill, PaperBoy, Kudzu Kafe

Have a lovely Friday!

Suzz

15 comments:

  1. Love this Sue - such wonderful dimension! Thanks for playing along with the Show us your AO Art Challenge!

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  2. Fabulous ATB Sue, I adore you have used the AO imagery . Great design and I love the clock on the top. Tracy x

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  3. Fabulous ATB, the sides look wonderful and I adore what you did on top, looks wonderful!!

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  4. What a wonderful ATB!!!!! I love this, fantastic design and colors! BArbarayaya

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  5. Love your ATB, such a cool idea.
    Julie x

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  6. Holy moly! This is a real work of art! I am blown away by this one! I think my favourite is the little sign, but I love all the details! Fantastic! :)

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  7. What a wonderful job. It just looks perfect. Love the vintage look. Everything fits perfect. Thanks for letting us enjoy. Anneke.

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  8. Oh Suzz, this design is so clever! I love the way the children stand amongst the clock and sign, and the choice of stamping is absolutely perfect to set the scene. A joy to see. Thank you so much for joining us at Frilly and Funkie. Jenny x

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  9. Oh my gosh, Suzanne! I adore this ATB! I love that it's all basically done in sepia tones but you've added the black stamping that just gives this so much more of a vintage charm. LOVE each side of this block and the top...oh my gosh! It's fabulous! That alarm clock cut out with the children intertwined in it....really an awesome idea! <3 Candy

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  10. Beautiful ATB, really like the tones, and the use of the clock die is inspired, gorgeous! Ruth x

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  11. Whoa, Sue, this is totally amazing. LOVE the beautiful AO stamping and the topper is sensational. Fabulous use of the OA damps and of the cube die! Thanks so much for playing among with us over at Frilly & Funkie

    Hugs,
    Linda

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  12. Fabulous ATB Suzanne ! Love the clock on the top and the children standing inside! Thanks for joining us at Frilly and Funkie. Sue C x

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  13. Oh awesome project Sue!! Great idea of 3D clock and children. Fab AO images on the cube. I love it xx

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  14. this is so fabulous, I can't make up my mind whether it is the stamping or the clock that is my favourite part of your project. But I know that together it is totally stunning

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  15. Sue, your ATB was one of my favorites as soon as I spotted it. I love all the 3D action going on with it! You've inspired me to reach for new heights with my ATBs!

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