Sunday, October 21, 2012

Day 21 of 31

Hello Lovelies, Only ten days left, can you believe it?????  I can't, it's always sad to see the month go by, even though it's crazy!!!  Today I have for you a microscope slide holder I made using images from Moonlight Journey.  There is lots of paint, some spider web stamps, the nevermore stamp, and yummy goodness everywhere on this project!!!



 
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15 comments:

Pam Schmidt said...

Fantastic use of the slides. I love the rich green colors. Thank you for sharing.

silvia said...

Fabulous!!

Steph said...

so cool! did the slides come in the holder or did you create that yourself? It's totally awesome!

Kelli said...

Meaning the holes for the slide or the actual slides? The spaces/holes for the slides were there already, I found mine at alpha stamps.com. The images are from moonlight journey and the slides themselves come in a pack of like 24 from michaels usually by the tim holtz stuff... If that didn't answer what you were asking let me know!!!! Lol

xfilekc said...

This is so neat! I've never heard of a microscope slide holder and your slides are awesome.

Sharon Sahl said...

This is a terrific creation! I've always loved the little slide holders and what you did with yours is awesome!

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Absolutely bristling with yummy goodness! Love all the details and the slide area images are fab! Here's my email addy Kelli...velvetpawcreations@cox.net

~Lady B~ said...

This is too gorgeous for words to express! Love it!

Jane said...

Wow love this fantastic work
Hugs xxx

Kristina said...

Your project totally rocks! I truly love this, love all of your images!
Peace,
Kristy

Julia said...

Amazing project! Love your creativity, you always inspire me.
Hugs,
Julia

Ally White Cat said...

wonderful project and i love the green distress.
susan s.

DonnaMundinger said...

I'm with Lady B! No words, except FABuLOUS! xxD

Candace Jedrowicz said...

Oh, it's so lovely! Wonderful work!

Sparkly Engineer said...

Absolutely super. I love all the details on the front and the slides are perfect.