Friday, February 26, 2010

Oh, Alice! New Challenge Blog




Are you counting the days until "Alice in Wonderland" hits the theaters? (On Imax, in 3D, next FRIDAY, YEA!!) Well, you don't have to wait for all things Alice because there's a new challenge blog out there, called appropriately Oh, Alice! I just happened to come across it yesterday and it really gave my mojo a shot in the arm. I dropped everything because the challenges come out every Saturday and combed the net for Alice images. Unfortunately, in my haste, I neglected to note where it came from. The inspiration for this challenge was this cool Urban Decay makeup collection so I sort of went the the colors and added my glam with the Prima Say it With Crystals swirl.
Then I used the reverse of the layered Spellbinder's technique I did HERE so that it looked like you were peeking down the rabbit hole. I found it quite a bit more difficult to do it this way but I LOVE the way it turned out.
However, this made it quite thick so I decided I'd go with a shadow box effect. I intended to make it a card but the reverse side of this K&Co DP was so cool and framed everything so well that I added a large piece to the back so it now measures a whopping 6 1/2 x 8. I may just frame it.

25 comments:

  1. I am counting down the day until I can see this movie. I love anything Johnny Depp and Tim Burton do. I love the way you did this with the Alice in wonderland theme. You should definitely frame it :)

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  2. absolutely stunning, love love love it. Hugs

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  3. Hi Donna,
    This is fabulous. the way you have layered it inwards is fantastic. It's really beautiful. Great job.
    Hugs,
    Fiona x

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  4. Hi besty neighbor friend!
    My Scotti was a trooper today at the Dr's! he looks a little green but is in really good spirits!
    OK so do you know how excited that makeup set makes me! oh man!
    I'd buy just as much makeup as crafts if I could!
    I LOVE how you were inspired to do this project...ideas come from everywhere! And I also LOVE the idea of keeping this as artwork for yourself! I can't wait to see this in person! Looks amazingly cool!

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  5. This took you how long to make???? Your inspiration really took off in your work!!! Love how the dimensions are done on your card!! Talented Lady!!!

    Very impressed,
    Sandi

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  6. Oh wow!! this looks AMAZING!! Awesome work!! :D
    Thanks for joining us at Oh, Alice for the first challenge!
    Sammi
    xxx

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  7. Donna, that looks so damn cool! Love the image and the papers are so terrific for it. The white frame really makes it pop! I say frame that baby!!! Thanks for the heads up on the new challenge blog, although I missed the boat.

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  8. Oh my word, Donna, this is amazing. Love how the nesting does look like e arabbit hole. Tota inspiration. Love it! CAn't wait to see the movie!

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  9. This is stunning!
    Thank you for joining us at Oh Alice!
    love tasha xx

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  10. This is totally AMAZING!!!!! I love the spiral look and the papers you used! The black bling flourishes are perfect! Thanks for playing this week and hope you'll continue with us!

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  11. Wow Stunning Donna, We call that technique invertage over here! I love how it gives your Alice card the look of a whirlpool. Yourcolours are just fantastic! Love this!
    Hugs
    Juliexx

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  12. Donna-
    This is way cool! Your mojo is definitely back in action. How creative! I love the dimension!
    NJB

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  13. OMG Donna, this card is stunning! I love the way you did the reverse spiral with the nesties and the paper you used is awesome!

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  14. Donna, this is STUNNING!!! I just can't come up with the appropriate words to describe how much I really-really-really love this! (And, I'm seldom at a loss for words! lol)

    You always outdo yourself! If I could I'd lift this idea, but I could never give it justice!

    I'll be seeing you!

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  15. This is definately worthy of a frame! How wonderfu, it's like looking into a rabbit hole!

    :D
    Denice

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  16. Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog- wanted to tell you that I'm from Livermore as well. (well, I live in GA now). I grew up in Pleasanton, graduated from Foothill HS before moving to Livermore for a couople years and then headed to GA. All of my hubby's family is still out that way.

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  17. Wow Donna this is Stunning! Love the effect of looking down the rabbit hole and the papers are amazing. Definately one to be framed.

    hugs
    Kaye x

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  18. Wow, this is fabulous!!! I have never tried this but I am inspired to do so now :)
    What a fun theme too! Can't wait for the movie :)
    Hugs
    Marina

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  19. Donna, this is amazing, I love this technique, I will have to give it a go for sure. I love the papers, the white scalloped frame and your added glamour. This would look perfect framed. Thanks for the inspiration. hugs Jodie from Oz

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  20. Omg Donna, it's absolutely gorgeous. I have no idea how you did the technique but the outcome is awesome! Certainly worth a frame but I think all the cards you do are worth frames!

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  21. VERY cool. Donna! Love the papers and those swirls are awesome! I can't wait for this movie to come out! LOL!
    hugs!
    Sharon

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  22. Wow, Donna, this is amazing. I love all the detail you put into this....just fantastic.

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Thanks for making my day!