When I mix it up with Wendy, Tim, Simon, and Ginger, this is what I get:
EWV Yahoo Group: Making Art Challenge #5 from Book #1 p. 18: scroll and chipboard letters
CCC Final Challenge #35 Compendium of Curiosities p. 67: design details
Simon Says Stamp and Show Me some metal
Gingersnap Creations: Mardi Gras
Since 1872, the official colors of Mardi Gras have been purple to represent justice, green to represent faith and gold to symbolize power.
Maya Road scallop chipboard and mini alphas
Wendy Vecchi Studio 490 stamps: scroll from part of flower stamp in Art of Making It Merry set; face from Art Fit For A Queen set; sentiment from Never Forget the Power of You set; and polka dots stamped on letters from leaf stamp in the Dream of Art set
Inks and Paints: Maya Road Purple Maya Mist; Ranger Perfect Pearls Sunflower Sparkle Mist; Adirondack Paint Dabbers in Lettuce and Gold; Vintage Photo Distress Stickles, Black Glaze pen; Archival Ink in Black and Sepia; Ancient Page Amethyst
Misc: metal brads hit with Tim Holtz texture hammer and purple gems placed inside the indentations; ribbon and feathers from stash; Tim Holtz grungeboard crown; black cord for stitches
Books: Make Art, Studio 490 Style, vol. 1 by Wendy Vecchi; A Compendium of Curiosities by Tim Holtz
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