Wednesday, July 13, 2011

I'm off to see the wizard!

That's right - I have completed my Magic of Oz tray!  And I must say, it is stunning.  These Graphic 45 papers were a dream to work with! So without further ado, here it is (click on it to view a larger image):


Oh I am so happy with this project!  The papers are gorgeous and a few little touches of Stickles here and there really made it pop. That's a bit hard to see in the image but I have some close ups to share too.

The shoes glitter with red Stickles and Dorothy's name is popped up.

These three panels were cut from the same background - I love the effect it has!

Some more Stickles on the Heart word. Road to Oz is popped up.

This is my favorite panel. Glinda's dress, crown, and wand sparkle with Diamond Stickles.  The munchkin and Oz logo are popped up for dimension. The pearl accent is perfect for Glinda!

The group on their way to see the wizard! Dorothy and Toto have both been overlayed and popped up for added dimension. Hey, watch out for those flying monkeys!

You can almost see the sparkle on those shoes! It really shows in person. Here's the Cowardly Lion and his good friend Toto.

Dorothy had it right - there is no place like home. Her shoes are glitterly here as well.

Here's that Wicked Witch! On the popped up version, her dress and hat are all sparkle. I figure even a wicked witch likes some glitter now and then.

The Tin Man just wanted a heart, which are popped up and Stickled. In the next box, Glinda's name is all sparkly too, like any good witch's name would be.

Here's the wizard, surrounded by green. Magic of Oz logo is popped up. Added stickles to the big gem and a few gems above the wizard.

Here's the Scarecrow with a few friends. Also looks like a munchkin asleep in the poppies! And of course, the magic slippers.

So that is my Magic of Oz tray! I hope you love it as much as I do.  It was a lot of fun to make, and I think I would love to make something like this for friends.  Themed paper is so great to work with for these kinds of things.  Oh and I have some Magic of Oz paper left over, so I might have another project up my sleeve.

I am entering this in the Anything Goes challenge over on Lollipop Crafts.

Until next time, Happy Scrappin!

3 comments:

  1. Hi Stacey, That is gorgeous!! I love the Oz paper line and think it's even cuter when used on a project. I'm going to put a link to your blog on my scrapbook junkies fb page so others can see your Oz project. Susie:)

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  2. I love this! Found you on G45's facebook page and had to hop over to see close-ups. This is beautifully created!

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