I am not usually the "vintage-y" type, but this line is FABULOUS!
This weekend I finished up a project for my LSS Scrapville in Greenville, TX. They had gotten in the Hallowe'en in Wonderland line from Graphic 45 when I dropped by earlier in the month, and after seeing what my fellow CropStop DT bud Gloria did with it, I had to beg to do the display. Especially, after I saw her fabulous work and noticed that Timmy himself had even dropped her a bit of love, when she posted such fabulous cards (1 & 2).
I used the card print paper, cut it up into playing cards. Then distressed them (Thanks, Scrap Mom, for the use of the distress it all!)and really wrinkled them up. They are pop-dotted (of course!), as are the stickled letters, the little "make your own embellie" hats and cheshire cat.
Alice is cut out of the "ad" style creme pp and colored in with sharpies and a sponge using my SU! ink pads. The edge of the LO, the title (cut using the George Cricut cart.) and the green paper under the cards are all altered using the Adirondak Dabber in Lettuce.
The bling flourishes add that little lift and flash to the Mad Hatter's hats... because, after all he is flashy! Thanks for dropping by and be sure to drop by Gloria's blog to see her fabulous Graphic 45 Design Team creations and leave her some love!
This is the first of the two LO's that will be up over at Scrapville, but you'll have to visit Scrapville or the CropStop forum to see the others in September! While you're there, pick up the G45 paper, Stickles, Dabber or grab them online at CropStop!