Ok, this was totally out of the box for me. I don't usually use my grunge board for anything other than shimming my Cuttlebug. Just never could figure out what to do with it... Until NOW!
SplitCoastStampers HERE. Beate showed how easy it was to take plain old ordinary grundgeboard and turn it into a thing of beauty and something lovely to wear. I took on the Alice in Wonderland Challenge at Cinema Saturday to think outside of the box using the Alice theme. I hope you like my Mad Hatter, Queen of Hearts and Cheshire Cat cuffs.
Tim Holtz Grungeboard - one is dots and one is damonds
LuminArte's Radiant Rain - Hot Cinnamon, Mallard Green, Key Lime, Ginger P and Ginger FL
Brads, eyelets and glass beads
Beate used Tim Holtz Ideology Hitch Fasteners for closures on her bracelets. I have some of them on order and as soon as I they come in I will attached them to my cuffs. But you can use colorful ribbons to hold your bracelets on as I did with my Cheshire Cat cuff. NOTE*** I used brads to fasten them for my photos. But I don't think they would serve this purpose on a permanent basis.
Betty aka ZacksNana
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