After a week of CHA (Craft & Hobby Association) madness in Anaheim you might think she would just veg. It was much work, but lots of fun sharing the Ranger Make-it Take it table with Claudine Hellmuth, Suze Weinberg & Tim Holtz.
She got back to her studio and the what-if monster got into her head. She liked her Make-it Take-it Tim Holtz flower pin (below) but wanted a (another) purse for her iPod.
She covered The Grunge Paper (that was covered with a dictionary page adhered with Claudine Hellmuth Studio Multi-Medium, Matte and die cut with the new Tim Holtz Alterations Tattered Florals die) with Claudine Hellmuth Studio Sticky-Back Canvas. She used the Sticky-Back Canvas to make the purse, and painted it and the flower with Claudine Hellmuth Studio Paint. She attached a black cord for the shoulder strap. The flower was adhered with Multi-Medium and a rose button she made with polymer clay. Just another fun Sunday in the studio.