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1 Jul 2010

Waltzingmouse Release Blog Waltz!

Good day and YAY!! it is finally time for our Waltzingmouse Stamps release Blog Waltz! We are releasing 6 new sets today and boy do we have some awesome creations for you!

Of course there are prizes - so leave a comment on every designer's blog for a chance at a new stamp set AND on the Waltzingmouse Stamps blog for another chance to win a stamp set!  Double the fun!

If you are coming here from Lisa's blog you are on the right track! but you should go back to the beginning at Claire's blog so you don't miss a thing! 

Okay on to my creation!
I LOVE the new set called Rescue Remedies - I had created a tag with this set but then the wheels started turning, as occasionally they do, and I started thinking Home Decor - love decorating but can seldom afford what I would like to do.....

My kitchen is painted brick red and I have chosen to decorate it with black accessories.

Well, I recently came across a frame buried deep in my stash, and the backing was just like the back of a peg board.

I really liked the distressed look, complete with all the discolourations, and so I used it for my creation today.



I took the glass off so you could see it without the glare, but I have it up in my kitchen on my side table with the glass on.

For the first tag, I used the Plaid stamp from the Off Beat Backgrounds set, stamped it with Walnut Distress Ink, and cut it out with the largest Labels 4 Spellbinders die. 

Then, using the same ink, I stamped the Rescue Remedies stamp and cut it out with the next in line Labels 4 Spellbinders die. 


I popped up the image onto the plaid background, tied a black bow with a button and twine and added it to finish it off!

I then made two more tags, using the Rescue Remedies stamps with the NEW Victorian Fripperie backgrounder and the polka stamp from Off Beat Backgrounds.



Okay now, from here you go on to Anya's blog and see her fabulous creation!! Have fun!

79 comments:

  1. Oh Bonnie, This is beautiful!!. Wow

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  2. Hi Bonnie,
    Wow, this is fabulous. What a great idea! I love it!
    Clare x

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  3. OMG, love the home decor! Fabulous!

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  4. Wow, wow, wow! I love this....what a great way to have fun with your stamps and have a nice little something to hang in the kitchen as well.

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  5. What a great project Bonnie! I love the different stampings you did on the labels framings - what wonderful colors on this all framed in black!

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  6. Extremely clever and creative, Bonnie...LOVE it!

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  7. Anonymous14:31

    WHAT A GREAT IDEA FOR A KITCHEN PICTURE. SO MANY POSSIBILITIES WITH THIS STAMP.

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  8. Valerie M14:39

    This is stunning and so inspired. You've really got me thinking now!

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  9. Wow, Bonnie, this is truly amazing. I love it. I am so glad you used three different backgrounds for the three different labels, but unified them with the colouring. It makes it very interesting. Great distressing job, too!

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  10. Holly Saveur14:44

    So beautifull love your idea!

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  11. I LOVE this... I love the idea, and I love how each label has a different b/g using WMS stamps too!

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  12. Seriously lovely.
    Eveline.

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  13. This is very cool!! Love the distressed look and the backgrounds you stamped behind each little label!

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  14. Just wonderful - the different bgs of the labels and the vintage look!

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  15. Wow, this is so pretty. Not only make a beautiful home deco but also a great gift for a sweet friend. Just clever.

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  16. Oh that project is sooooo coool! Love the background, and what a fun little addition to bring cheer to any room!

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  17. I would never have thought to make a framed picture. That's why I rely on all the talented design team members. Great job!

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  18. Gasp! This is so crazy wonderful!!!!

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  19. Such a darling creation. IT always amazes me how a few layers of patterned/stamped papers with some ribbon, twine and buttons can come together in a terrific frame-able artwork!
    Thank you for sharing

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  20. this looks great and would be super cute in a vintage inspired kitchen

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  21. Bonnie, I love the backgrounds in this project. They just it that extra something special. Very beautiful. Thanks for all the great inspiration over the last few days.

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  22. I am amaze at this project I am just amaze.

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  23. Fantastic project!

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  24. Anonymous15:29

    those frames are gorgios! This stampset ist so beautyful! ( Just had to have it...)

    thanks for designing all those nice stamps!



    Andrea

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  25. What a wonderful project Bonnie! I love it. This is the coolest set. I'd love this in my kitchen, it would be perfect! TFS!

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  26. You've made something gorgeous for your home Bonnie! Brilliant idea to use the labels in a picture - very clever.

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  27. I love this framed artwork! What a beautiful idea for the kitchen.

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  28. Bonnie, I need this. This is just amazing! What a beautiful piece of art! I plan to shamelessly copy it! What awesome inspiration!!! LOVE it!

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  29. This is so great, Bonnie! I love how you put each of the labels on a different background - it all comes together so wonderfully!!

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  30. A beautiful addition to your kitchen Bonnie! It's so beautiful, love all your distressing.

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  31. This would make a lovely house warming gift. Very clever idea and lucky you to have the frame on hand.

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  32. Love that you made different patterned background for the medallions! What a fab decor item for your kitchen.

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  33. Now this is a stunning creation! The paper, the beautiful distressed look, it's a true work of art and such a great idea to inspire a gift from the heart! Sheer perfection! TFS your creation today! x0x0

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  34. Oh, why don't I ever remember to look at making something for my home with all my stamps?? I think this is incredible and I need to make a point to remember this project. I love it!

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  35. What an awesome picture for the kitchen! It is absolutely beautiful!

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  36. Bonnie, this is beautiful! What a great decor idea. Thanks for the inspiration!
    Kris, Wadsworth, OH

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  37. Oh WOW WOW WOW -- this is stunning! I want to come sit in your kitchen and stare (and eat cookies, of course)! LOL What a wonderful idea - love it!

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  38. WOW - who wouldn't love to have this hanging in their kitchen? Love the burlap and the look of that plaid stamp and all the texture you added to this project.

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  39. I bet this looks fabulous in your kitchen!

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  40. This is a great idea. I think I need one in my kitchen!

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  41. Anonymous17:42

    Fabulously stunning project! I love how you used background stamps to make label mats!

    Andrea McCulley
    prayalways421@yahoo.com

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  42. Love these tags! The sayings are so clever! And love your background stamping too!

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  43. Wow, super cute!

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  44. These labels look so vintage.... Great job on them! Really turned out beautifully. Very rich looking!
    DeniseB

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  45. Oh, my but this is lovely! Just the other day a friend mentioned making something with a frame and you have just inspired me to do so! Thanks :)

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  46. Great vintage look - love it!

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  47. What a great idea with the larger size behind as a mat, I need to file this idea away for future use!

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  48. what a gorgeous decor piece!

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  49. WOW!! this is amazing: if I had walls in my kitchen that weren't cupboards I'd be making this up first thing!! LOVE LOVE LOVE it:)
    oh! I just thought of this: what a great gift it would make!! I can do it after all! Thanks!!

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  50. Oh Bonnie, how stunning! Love the combination of the backgrounds with the distress inks and sponging.

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  51. I love being exposed to new ideas to use my stamps with such versatility - what a great design!

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  52. I love the DP you used behind the tags! Very cute kitchen decor!

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  53. Such a fabulous little creation you've got here! Love the background papers you created too

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  54. Such a cute idea! Bet it looks just lovely in your kitchen!

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  55. Paula I20:43

    I'm sitting here with my jaw dropped to the floor, seriously, this is by far my favorite from the release. I love this idea, and I know lots of others would as well. Therefore it would make a great gift! Thanks so much for the inspiration. :o)

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  56. I just love this framed beauty...so unique! Your choice of inks and paper makes this such a warm wallhanging item. And, it's a lovely way to showcase your design creativity in your home. Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  57. Fabulous! I ordered these stamps today and can't wait for them to come.

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  58. That's pretty--what a nice picture.

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  59. Very cute project Bonnie!

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  60. Bonnie, what a great idea!!! You have inspired me today!

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  61. What a beautiful framed project, Bonnie...the labels look AWESOME!!!!

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  62. Fabulous project Bonnie!! The labels and the background labels......just love them. Thanks for sharing.

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  63. huh - that looks like one hot & luxurious house warming gift to anyone that loves spending time in the kitchen! what a great idea. may i copycat?! may I, may I?! i'll make sure link back to your post!

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  64. Lovely work as always Bonnie - I learn such a lot from you. Thanks.

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  65. Bonnie this is such a cool piece of home decor - I love when crafting goes 'outside the box' and what a fab gift it would make too! Love, love, love that you created your own background mounts (especially as I finaly managed to get that plaid ordered LOL).TFS

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  66. Such a gorgeous idea.It looks adorable.

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  67. great idea, looks stunning!

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  68. THis is wonderfully amazing - what a fantastic project showcasing the new stamps so beautifully.

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  69. What a great home deco piece. I really like the vintage feel and the texture of the background!

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  70. Super cool!!!!! Love the background!!! This set us super cool! Have a good day!

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  71. Absolutely wonderful. I love it!!

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  72. This is a great project--love the backgrounds on each of the labels, as well as the black ribbon with the twine. Very stunning!

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  73. Great way to showcase the stamps.

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  74. Love your framed piece - sometimes I just get tired of making cards, LOL! Then I get over it!

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  75. This is unbelievable! Great stuff both your artwork and the stamps.

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  76. What a lovely piece of home decor! You have inspired me for sure! If only the stamps could get across the ocean a bit...okay, A LOT...faster!

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  77. Just fab Bonnie, you are so talented, love your blog.

    Hugs

    Sarah

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  78. OMGoodness...this is just an amazing project. Love it!

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  79. Oh Bon, I love this! So vintage and beautiful! It would look fab in my kitchen! Oh yes it would! LOL!

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