Wednesday, April 13, 2011

4x4 Tiles of Artwork for Charity Drive: Reece's Rainbow

 Here are my 4x4 Tiles of Vintage Inspired Artwork for the Charity Drive that Marion Smith is hosting. Anyone who wishes to lend a artful hand please visit Marion's blog at for more details. Here is a short overview of what will take place, Marion has challenged us creative spirits to create 4x4 tile pieces with a Vintage Theme and feel. We are to send them to her and she and a creative team will put all the tiles together to form one big piece of ART!!!!  Depending on how many tiles maybe they can make a few pieces, then the piece will be sold and all the proceeds will go to Reece's Rainbow. How awesome is that we can't be there in person but our art will be there in heart. Thank you Marion for such a heartfelt cause.
                                                          "sending a heartfelt note"
"all we need is love"
                                                                          "simple joys"
                                                                 "soar above the heavens"

Supplies used:
4x4 chipboard
7gypsies papers: Magpie, Mesofauna
Graphic 45: Le Romantique Collection-Enamored Embrace, Alphabet 2
Distress Inks: Brushed Cordurory, Walnut Stain
Stazon Ink: Timber Brown
Punch: Martha Stewart butterfly
Die Cuts: Sizzix Die-Leaf Swirl, Tim Holtz Dies-Caged Bird, Heart Wing, Sewing Room
Glossy Accents and Scott Quick Dry white glue
Ranger Liquid Pearls: Bisque
Color Me Crazy white flowers
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist: Frost, Coffee Shop, Sunflower
Tim Holtz: mini pins
Findings: Antique buttons and lace trim, moss, pearl gems, jute, seam binding...


  1. Truly works of the heart! Beautiful!

  2. Your tiles are so beautiful. I love them!

    Greetings, Marian.

  3. Beautiful work!
    Great details, love it:)
    Hugs, Heidi:)

  4. Oh my! I just happened over to your blog by a few clicks of the mouse and I'm so glad I did! You have such a neat style! :-)

  5. Wow - I absolutely love your tiles - I just bookmarked your blog - great technique and beautiful style!!

    Jeanne Kelly