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Sunday, August 23, 2015

Ticket... Get your Ticket...

This week the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge was inspired by my fellow DT member Sandra who suggested a ticket challenge.  Any type of ticket can be used in your art this week. 

I was inspired to  create a matchbox with a series of tickets that reside inside of the box.
I started with some mixed media papers with white paint mixed with water and splattered over the background.  I let them dry and then misted over the painted surface with a mix of color shine sprays.

I used these to create the matchox, drawer and multiple tickets.   I then went to town adding images, sentiments/rub-ons and white highlights.

Inside the matchbox there are a variety of tickets with fun images and different stamps.
Each ticket was inspired by images and stamps.  I had fun creating a variety of different vignettes with the tickets.

One of my favorite Hero Arts stamp with the dandelions spreading their seeds (as long as it isn't in our lawn!) 

I had picked out this image and found the fun sentiment from a Wendy Vecchi  and couldn't resist pairing them together.  Her hair reminds me of my grade school math teacher.  I swear you could have put a pencil in her hair and pull it out and leave a perfect ole.  She was the best math teacher I ever had and a lovely lady too! 

 The little girl is playing as a fairy queen with her butterfly wings and tiara. 
Here is a sailor inspiring the travel ticket.


This is a back to school inspired ticket. This cutie-pie had me pulling out the ruler stencil to pair with her. 
 I love this little boy image and he is just too cute.  I had to put him on one of my tickets.

I hope you enjoyed the ticket parade!

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Come join in and show off your tickets this week  for a chance to win a Simon Says Stamp  $50 gift voucher!


Have a wonderful week!

Suzz

14 comments:

  1. these are perhaps the prettiest tickets I've seen! Loving your take on this challenge and all that sweet pink! keep up the amazing creativity!

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  2. Suzz this may be my favorite project you ever have done! What a great idea to cut out the images! Love the colors and the stamped images that add to the overall design! SUPER job!!!

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  3. Stunning! I love this. The matchbox is beautiful and I love all the tickets. Especially the one about your math teacher. Bad hair but a great teacher and lovely person. What a tribute to her!

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  4. These are crazy good! I love them all. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  5. What a brilliant idea, Suzz ... so beautifully executed ... all those tickets are fabulous! Anita :)

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  6. Hi Suzz,

    What FUN - so imaginative. You put a great deal of TLC into this project. Hope it gets enjoyed for the little masterpiece it is!

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  7. Really cool tickets and ticket box, Suzz! I love the happy colors you used for backgrounds :)


    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  8. What a sweet ticket box! The tickets are so fun! Love all the vintage pictures! Hugs, Sandra

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  9. Your project is great and each ticket's a gem. I love all the tiny aspects which make them so much fun to look at.

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  10. Wow... this ticket box is amazing, Suzz. I love all the tickets you created. They are so unique and gorgeous. :)

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  11. There is so much work and so much wonderful detail in your little treasure box, Suzz...it's just wonderful and each ticket is perfect! :)

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  12. Wow Sue, this is amazing! I love all those tickets, the images you used and great sentiments. Beautiful colours too and fantastic stamping of course.

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  13. This is such an absolutely inspiring and beautiful piece! I love your theme of tickets for our imagination and each little scene is so filled with energy and heart! I love each one and the personality that is shown, along with the go-get-em message! I feel like I could conquer the world if I pulled out one of these tickets each day! This is one of my favorite pieces of yours yet...and you always make my favorites, so that's saying a lot!

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