Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Blue ribbon day

My spaghetti-strap sundress just won a blue ribbon at the fair! 

Hey there, it's time for another CCCv3 challenge.  (Don't forget to check out the rules and follow them!)  This is the 22nd one and you can see what you need to do on pg. 62 of Tim's book.  If you don't have this nifty product, you should get one.  It's a lot of fun to use and makes your work more dimensional in a new way.

#8 manila tag, silk ribbon, craft thread, Marvy 1/2" hole punch, handheld buttonhole punch, recycled package insert (all but tag)

Sizzix: Pattern & Stitches embossing folders PS1-3, mini movers & shapers (spool, mannequin, blue ribbon)

Idea-ology: Remnant rubs (Life Quotes, Numbers)

Eclectic Elements fabric scrap

Ranger: Black Fude Ball pen, archival inks (Manganese Blue, Potting Soil, Tree Branch), distress inks (blues, browns), Glossy Accents


This is a close-up shot so you can see that dimension you get when you use this product.

Don't forget to enter your piece because you might just be the lucky winner of a $25 gift certificate to The Funkie Junkie or be selected by the Curiosity Crew to receive a prize package from Tim and Mario.

There are just 12 more challenges in the book...I wonder which one will be next?


  1. Clever!! I never thought of using this die with the Dimensional Cutting Pad! You smart girl, this is so cute!

  2. That's really clever indeed! I love the stitching too. Thanks for joining us at CC3C, Susan!

  3. great die to use – this is a wonderful tag! =)

  4. I have to add my "very clever" to this comment as well! I wouldn't have thought to use the mannequin either! Great choice and lovely tag! Thanks for joining us for this challenge!

  5. Very cute. Love the colors and your choice of dyes. Clareene

  6. This tag is awesomely cute!!! Love the diff M&S dies U used 2 get the look!! ;)

  7. Very very cool to use the DCP on the that out of the box thinking! Gorgeous piece. Thanks so much for joining us on this dimensional challenge at CC3Challenge!!!

  8. Love how you used the cutting plate... genius on the dress form! Thanks for joining in with the CC3C x

  9. Great tag and use of the dimensional cutting pad. I never would have thought of the dress form. Genius!