My 'Alice is that You???' cuffs were inspired by Beate John's tutorial at SplitCoastStampers HERE. Beate showed how easy it was to take plain old ordinary grundgeboard and turn it into a thing of beauty and something lovely to wear. I took on the Alice in Wonderland Challenge at Cinema Saturday to think outside of the box using the Alice theme. I hope you like my Mad Hatter, Queen of Hearts and Cheshire Cat cuffs.
Tim Holtz Grungeboard - one is dots and one is damonds
LuminArte's Radiant Rain - Hot Cinnamon, Mallard Green, Key Lime, Ginger P and Ginger FL
Brads, eyelets and glass beads
Beate used Tim Holtz Ideology Hitch Fasteners for closures on her bracelets. I have some of them on order and as soon as I they come in I will attached them to my cuffs. But you can use colorful ribbons to hold your bracelets on as I did with my Cheshire Cat cuff. NOTE*** I used brads to fasten them for my photos. But I don't think they would serve this purpose on a permanent basis.
Betty aka ZacksNana
Date: Saturday, June 5, 2010 GMT Views: 995
Registered: June 25, 2004 Location: Idaho Posts: 1323
Tue, Nov 30, 2010 @ 8:16 PM
Awesome, I know my girls would LOVE these!
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