Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Engraved Grunge Board

Long time no see!! Geezzzz, May was super busy for me, family obligations etc.

Shad & family made a quick trip up here for Memorial Day Weekend from Kansas, so Landi & boys came up to. Joey had us all over to his house for a BBQ on Sat. everyone had a good time especially the kids, it was 92 degrees out and very humid so the boys had a lot of fun in the pool, it doesn't happen very often that I have all 4 grandsons in the same place so it was special, here are a few pics.....




I started this project before everyone came, finally got it done!
We do framing where I work so there is always scraps of matt board around. One day when I went into work my boss had cut out a couple 5x7 pieces and had some metal corners and a nifty little machine to put the corners on with. She asked if I could come up with something with it to do a class on, OH YEAH the wheels started turning (I think I scare her sometimes)! lol
So I put the corners on the matt board with the cool machine (can't remember the name of it) and brought the pieces home to start playing. Tim had posted a cool album on his blog which I really liked so I did the front cover kinda like that.

The inside of the cover I did this.....

Is this to cool or what, I engraved on grunge board!!! It also works on grunge paper! I wasn't sure if it was going to work but it worked just great!!! I didn't want to stamp the letters on the sign (I wouldn't have gotten them straight) and didn't want to cut letters on the cricut and I didn't have any small enough letters so the engraving worked out perfectly! Wheels are turning again on something else to make and engrave on the grunge board & paper. So excited it worked!!! I got the embossing folders just in time to try it on this piece, love them!! The album class will be June 23rd, come join me!

Have a good one!!

Donna








7 comments:

  1. Very cool, Donna, what did you use to engrave with? Looks awesome!

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  2. Stunning! What a cool idea!

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  3. This is so very cool! Thank you for sharing. Would you mind sharing which embossing powder you used?

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  4. Love this idea... what did you use to engrave with?
    Hugs

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  5. Thanks everyone!
    We have an engraver where I work, I wasn't sure it would work on GB/GP but worked out great!! It might work with a hand engraver.

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