Week No. 7 - Tinted Vision Fragments

I couldn't pass this week's challenge up over at Linda Ledbetter's Studio L3!  I mean REALLY, Fragments?!  And I love ANYTHING vintage!  So yes, I was up for the challenge *smiles*.
These challenges that Linda has been hosting are all about the techniques found in "A Compendium of Curiosities" book by Tim Holtz.  If you have the book, you can join in the challenge.  
Reverse Side of Necklace - ink, rubber stamps, 
tim's new tissue tapes!


However, if you don't have the book (what the heck are you waiting on?!), please understand why I won't be giving the techniques away here on my blog, ok?

43 comments:

Helen said...

Just stunning! No more can be said! love the fragments.

Healing Woman said...

Great! Even the back side looks good.

Kathy Eddy said...

Wow, you really nailed this one. Great necklace and look how many fragments you did!

Peggy Alborn said...

Love, love, love them! Gotta be alcohol inks - such nice blending of colors!

Linda Ledbetter said...

Sherry, this Challenge has your name written all over it! I've been admiring your gorgeous work with Fragments (well, and everything else you make, too!) since I first found your blog, and you really are the undisputed queen... no, GODDESS, of this technique!

Your charms are stunning! The photos you used are wonderful and the technique enhanced them so beautifully. Someday, I'm going to take a class from you. For real!

Hugs,
Linda

Netty said...

This is totally fabulous, what a great jewellery piece. Annette x

Sandy said...

This necklace is gorgeous! I will have to pull out my book and try this. Love the music on your blog too.

Terry said...

Oh my! This is over the top gorgeous! Very unique challenge piece! Love this!

Anja said...

hi
very pretty necklace! beautiful colours, like your blogheader too.
Thanks for visiting my blog.
Greetz from Belgium.
Anja

Sharon said...

Your love of Tim Holtz has certainly paid off. Your work is fantastic. I shall have to look for that book!

paperqueen said...

Linda said it best...you are indeed the fragment goddess!
Gorgeous pieces and a FABULOUS necklace!
Eileen

MarleneMAZ said...

This is faabulous!! You are the queen of fragment jewelry :) I have seen several of your pieces before and love them all.

inge said...

Hello Sherry,
I love it that you used the charms for a necklace ! I've seen some of yours before, but this is a gorgeous one with all the photos. The backsides are also neatly done !
great work !

greetings from belgium
Inge

Barbara Mason said...

Sherry- Of course you would love this technique!!! Well done woman!!!

Lynn said...

Thanks for the hot tip! I'm off to buy his book!

Dorothy said...

Way cool!!!

Kim said...

Your necklace is amazing!

Nancy Lynn said...

Another beautiful fragment necklace. You do this so well. You already know how much I love your fragment necklaces.....but I had to say it again. Great job.

Sherry said...

Love your necklace! What beautiful examples of this great technique - and so many of them!

alex'smom said...

luvvvvvvvv them! but...those are not Tim's fragments...who makes those? luv the look!

AngieHallHaviland said...

BEAUTIFUL necklace, Sherry!!

Sherry Goodloe said...

Alex's Mom: You didn't leave a way for me to contact you, so I hope you come back here for my response. Those ARE Tim's Fragments. I'm guessing you must not know about the Fragments with the holes in them already. If you google Fragments, you will find them.

Thanks for stopping by!

Maggie said...

OH WOW I'm speechless! - and you get to wear this neckless lucky you

Maggie

Samantha Marshall said...

Gorgeous!!!!I love these fragments.

Brenda Brown said...

Such an amazing work of art, love what you have created. B xx

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Stunning piece of jewellery and a very unique piece of art and a great way to use the fragments, love it. Tracy x

Michelle Cummings said...

as usual...it's looks wonderful!

Lori said...

Ha, that's too funny. Imagine, you, getting in on a fragment challenge, hee! Stellar, fabulous work as always, Sherry!

Julie Forest said...

This is a gorgeous piece! LOVE it!!!

Zoechaos said...

Just gorgeous. xx Zoe

Stampin' D'Amour said...

WOW!! These are terrific! :)

-pamela

Stampmaiden said...

Love your fragments!!! Very cool and artsy. I think Tim should hire you. HAHA!!! No, seriously!

penny4thoughts said...

Fantastic necklace!

Sue said...

Really, REALLY beautiful!

:)

Otter Blue said...

Cool necklace, I would definitely wear it.

Nancy said...

Fabulous necklace, Sherry! I can't wait for your class at Stamp Fever, I so want to know all your secrets (okay maybe not all of them!)
bless you

Kristin said...

This is just FAB!! I love absolutely everything about it! I also wanted to thank you for your sweet comment about the flat rate mail art. I would hate for anyone to do the same and then not be able to send it! But I have done it before successfully and hope to have no problems with this one. They put a lot of labels back on it, but other than that I was able to send it off no problem, yeah! Do check out my blog if you get a chance as I am having a big giveaway (that was the surprise!) Kristin xoxox

Stephanie said...

Oh yeah baby! These are great. I'll be looking for Tim's book now so I can play even more!!! I have some alcohol inks, I hadn't even thought of using them on the fragments. Tim is very clever and so are you!!

Stephanie

JeanFB said...

Wowza, these are spectacular!! What a great idea to make a charm necklace!

Linda said...

As always, fabulous job!
Such sweet images! Your necklace is awesome!

Linda

cigarboxbeads said...

beautiful, sherry!

(you've turned me on to tim holtz--really- you should get a 'finder's fee' from him! ;>) - just bought his book on line- lordy, lordy! ;>)

marilyn g

Lovey said...

These are beautiful!!!!! Love them Sherry!

Linda Cain said...

What great pieces here, I love the color combinations!!!! A real treat.

Linda