78 Responses to “Get Distressed with The E-Team!”

  1. Love your project! I enjoy coming to your blog each day.

  2. you’ve inspired me to make a thing for DH desk. i have a piece of wood – old wood stamp mount – that i’m going to alter. previously i’ve just thrown them away but am now kicking myself after seeing your stuff

  3. This is a lovely versatile project! I can see this as gifts for many of my friends and family! I love it!!!!

  4. I just LOVE ideaology and I can always count on your for some cool flowers! Very nice project – she’ll be pleased to receive this !!

  5. wowsers, I can’t believe you didn’t know yesterday morning what you were going to create and then came up with this. It’s gorgeous!!!!

  6. Fun project!

  7. I love this fresh & clean distressed look. It makes the flowers and the beautiful metal frame just pop! And, by the way, those flowers are awesome! I see some new SB dies in my future! I LOVE how you said “to make the piece look like it has been handled many times.” What a perfect description of distressed!!

  8. As always, love your “vintage” creation. You are wonderful to not only list the ingredients but to include a pix of each item. THANKS

  9. Seriously, how do you create something like this by the seat of your pants and IN ONE DAY?!! Love how you used the hardware…..I need to pull that stuff out and figure out how to use it instead of just admiring how it looks!

  10. What a beautiful wall hanging. Those flowers are incredible. I really like that you have all the products used listed; I need that foliage die set! Thanks for sharing.

  11. This is so awesome, Sherry, right down to it’s rolled up wire hanger! I love the papers and embellies you chose. I can’t imagine you making anything now without grunge paper! 😀

    Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend! :o)

  12. Wow, I just love this! Great flowers too!

  13. I like the grunge paper flowers. I finally got around to getting some grunge paper but have yet to use it – I guess I had better get busy!

  14. You do wonders with grunge and flower dies. Love this project, you make it seem so simple. Thanks Lady of Many Talents.

  15. Great project. The flowers are lovely and love that frame around your sentiment.

  16. I love your project. Those flowers are gorgeous. Can’t wait to get some of the new dies to play with.

  17. Love the wal hanging and the flowers are to die for. Wished mine came out like that. Thanks for sharing your amazing ideas.
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  18. I have always looked at your creations 1st, it is a good starting point. Thanks for all the beautiful badness!!

  19. Thanx for sharing yet another beautiful project. I really love the green/spring like colors you added and the flowers are just beautiful! Thanx again for the inspiration

  20. This wallhanging is stunning. I love all the details you added to it and those flowers are just perfect.

  21. I love you wall hanging!

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  22. I think my favorite of your wall hanging creations. Those papers really enhance the flowers. Beautiful!

  23. Yummy stuff, Sherry!!! 3-D flowers are some of my faves and you did them beautifully!!! Thanks for sharing! Now, to play with my own grungepaper! LOL!!!


  24. Wow! super gorgeousness as usual from you Sherry. I love this wallhanging, the flowers are awesome, it’s all so beautiful.

  25. I love it Sherry!! Those flowers are just beautiful!!! 🙂

  26. What a beautiful wall hanging. I love your color combination. So soothing and beautiful. Thanks for sharing your talent!

  27. Great wall hanging SHerry! I do agree that it doesn’t look like your usual stuff though. However, I still like it:)

  28. This one just might be my favorite! Looks so vintage–my fave!!

  29. Sherry –
    This is beautiful, love your color combinations. I like what came out when you finished in your studio – its wonderful work!

    Elaine Allen

  30. Love your work! As a matter of fact, I love all things ‘distressed’! Question for you: when you cover the chip board with paper, is the paper card stock stiff or thinner like for scrapbooking? Thanks

  31. so pretty, just love the papers you used to make the flowers, wonderful walhanging!

  32. Nice flowers, I really like the way they look within the distressed project.

  33. I LOVE these flowers!!! great project!!!

  34. Guess my wish list has to have Spellbinders now because of your wonderful roses.

  35. Simply beautiful! Thanks for showing how you created this wonder. You really do fabulous things with hanging pieces!!

  36. Love your flowers!

  37. I just love your stuff! That is fabulous!

  38. Bad Sherry – great art! Love the flowers.

  39. Your creation is so lovely!

  40. Hey crazy girl, I love your blog!!! Thanks for showing all the neat things you do, you have inspired me to DISTRESS!!

  41. Beautiful! Love the flowers.

  42. Love those gorgeous paper covered flowers!

  43. Beautifully distressed as always Sherry! I have the Foliage and Rose sets on pre-order – along with quite a few other things from CHA. I am trying very hard to be patient while I wait ;-(

  44. You always have something fabulous! TFS

  45. Love all the details, stick pins etc. I love your blog, always uplifting.

  46. I LOVE your dimensional, distressed black and white polka dot flowers. I’m going to have to do that some day soon!

  47. Sherry – This is super…love how those flowers came out –and those leaves are wonderful….the whole piece is distressfull in the most grand way!!!

  48. Love your hanging flower project! Beautiful details and embellishments. Nice to see the shopping list!

  49. Oh geez! Now I have more things on my wish list! Those roses are stunning!

  50. The flowers really take my breath away-beautiful work!

  51. wonderful! you always are! i like wall hangings. i make those myself. i think that once a card gets too full, i put a wire on it!

  52. Gorgeous as always just love the colors you chose!!!

  53. Love your flowers!

  54. just to cool-you have such a talent.

  55. Hi, great piece, I love your flowers

  56. Great project! I really like the flowers.

  57. Your projects are always great!! Love the butterfly!

  58. Your flowers are breathtaking!

  59. You make the best flowers!

  60. Your grunge flowers are beautiful! I need some grunge flowers for a project and yours are just the inspiration I needed. Thanks

  61. lovin’ your distressed flowers.I usually ink up and rough up edges but haven’t ventured much into curling up the flowers as I mail most of my cards CHEAP! Tho’ the flowers are right up there with the bird and cage for my all-time fav Holtz dies … thanx for the inspiration and blog hop candy opp!

  62. Wonderful flowers! Great job!

  63. That is one neat wall hanging! I have never glued pattern paper to grunge board so I am anxious to try this. Thanks for your detailed description!

  64. Love this but especially the flowers using the new Spellbinders dies! Something new to try!

  65. OulaLA! Love your grungeboard flowers. You inspired me to shop for some goodies at eclectic paperie & now I just have to go back through your archives for ideas. :o) Everything you make is so lovely!

  66. Beautifully done!!

  67. Amazing … as usual!
    Sandra ltb

  68. It’s a great project! I like the way you created the flowers and leaves.

  69. A great project! I like the way you created the flowers and leaves.

  70. Such a great sentiment, and all the elements just make it work. Love it!

  71. You always keep me wanting to expand my creativity. TFS!

  72. So exciting to see what you ladies are doing. This piece is so wonderful. Thank you for the ideas

  73. Love your wall hanging! Beautiful colors.

  74. great flowers… thanks for all the details….

  75. This wall hanging is absoluely beautiful, the flowers are gorgeous!

    Thanks so much for sharing with us!!!

    okj83 at live dot com

  76. Thank you for the inspiration. I love using Tim’s products for distressing, and there is so much one can do .

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