Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Triptych and Recycled Cardboard

This was just purely for fun and inspired by a Stampington Magazine with a variety of projects using recycled cardboard.

I created a Triptych using the template from Verses Rubber Stamps on cardboard. 

 and here is the other side:

The sentiments are both from Verses Rubber Stamps.  The digital die cut of the dancing children is from Hero Arts and is stamped with a Hero Arts friends definition.

The flower are from Penny Black and the butterflies are from Hero Arts.  The embossing on the flowers is that very cool Aged Silver Enamel from Stampendous.

I had so much fun playing with the recycled cardboard I might have to pull out another piece this week. :)

Have a lovely Tuesday...



  1. Gorgeous work! I love that sentiment too, I look at it often on the card you sent me recently!

  2. I'll have to check out Verses...my SIL loves music and this is perfect for her. Your project turned out amazing...I love cardboard too!

  3. Stunning Sue! Great way to recycle the cardboard into a beautiful piece of art!

  4. Stunning piece, love the flowers on the back. Great use of the cardboard. Fabulous. Tracy x

  5. Wow, what a wonderful piece Sue. I love everything about it. The sentiments as always are so apt and the imagery is great. Love butterflies as you well know and all the little embellishments are perfect. Totally beautiful piece of art. Er, can you tell I do like it, lol!

    Lesley Xx

  6. I love this, what a gorgeous piece of recylcing. I have an old cardboard box in my craft room waiting for some TLC, I feel very isnpired now. Love the wording on the vellum, this approach works so well in this project. Elaine x

  7. Fabulous work of art! The recycled cardboard and details are wonderful!

  8. Oh my gosh.. I just love this.. You did such a great job..

  9. I really love this! I saw the cardboard stuff in Stampington, too, and have been creating with it as well:)

  10. OMG this is stunning ... a real piece of art ...


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