OK, is there anyone who is quite as talented as Tim Holtz?
Have you been to his blog lately to see what he's been up to?
You can find this week's background technique
I had some challenges with this one,
but I tried until I got something that reasonably resembled what it was supposed to resemble.
I'm pretty sure (from the gorgeous samples on Linda's blog) that if you go to
the home of Grungy Monday, you'll see much better examples than mine.
But hey, it's all about learning and having fun, right?
And I certainly did both.
Say hi to Linda for me at
Grungy Monday, will ya?
Distress Inks used were Barn Door, Dusty Concord, Mustard Seed and Shabby Shutters. The bird stamp is Tim Holtz and I'm sorry, I don't know who made the owl stamp, but I LOVE it! The rest are from my "Autumn" bin and I'll bet I found them at a Loonie Store (our version of a Dollar Store) somewhere.