Here you go guys!
Here are the CHA projects that I did for Tim Holtz Ideaology booth. The first is a wardrobe trunk is created from configuration boxes and has two compartments. In the larger compartment, tags hang like party dresses. There are 12 tags, one for each month. The monthly tags hang individually on the opposite wall each month. Bingo numbers attach magnetically to the pocket watch for the day of the month, creating a perpetual calendar.
The second project is a box or field camera. This camera type was popular in the late 1800's. This version is also created from Configuration boxes. Photo's slip into pockets hidden in the folds of the bellows. In the back is a box file with space for more photo's.
I will post the monthly tags on the blog tomorrow. I am also checking on whether or not I can show you the Graphic 45 projects here on my blog or wait until they show them on their blog.
Both of these projects will be offered as video tutorials after the products used become available.
Thanks for checking these out!
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Laura! Once again you amaze me with your creative visions! AMAZING!!!ReplyDelete
I knew they'd be fabulous...and they sure are! Doing them as video tutorials is sure something to look forward to. Hope you have a fantastic few days at CHA!ReplyDelete
I want to learn how to make both! More amazing than last year's! ZeldaReplyDelete
These are amazing...I cannot believe you thought of these....wow. You are amazing!!ReplyDelete
That camera is amazing. Standing ovation!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful projects! Enjoy your time showing off all your hard work. Cheers!ReplyDelete
I just love it! I cant wait!!!ReplyDelete
O M FRIGGIN G! all i can say R.EvansReplyDelete
OMG, you are the best. These are beyound words.... so incredible awesome. I totally loved both.ReplyDelete
Yippee!!! these are awesome!!!! I really hope they become a class!! Betty MaeReplyDelete
Wow! How do you come up with these incredible ideas? Very unique!ReplyDelete
Cindy in Oregon
Hi Laura! I've been "stalking" you for two years now - I never get tired of your ideas, they really inspire me. You're simply the best!!ReplyDelete
HOLY RAVIOLI, BATMAN!!! Did Tim just drop in his tracks??? You hit it out of the park AGAIN!! No surprise, but WOW!!! Have fun!! Hugs!ReplyDelete
WAUW this is sooooooo awesome once again LAura. You are just incredible girl, and I´m so stunned about these projects here. Sooo gorgeous and genius thought, I´m truely amazed. it´s simply fantastic and such an awesome jjob. Well done hun, you are the one and only, who could ever come up with sch awesome ideas.ReplyDelete
Have a great time while you´re there and just enjoy every minute.
Double WOW! These latest ideas are awesome. I especially love the camera, as my oldest daughter is a photographer, and would love to make one of these for her. You have got so much talent and creativeness under that pretty red hair. Not in my wildest dreams could I come up with any ideas even close to these. I am just so blessed to have you to inspire me and share you ideas and talent with. Thank you so very very much for all you do for us. I hope you have a wonderful time at CHA and bring back even more wonderful ideas.ReplyDelete
May God Bless,
Pammiebear in Texas
Your submission is nothing less than spectacular. I am grateful to have the opportunity to learn under your tutelage.ReplyDelete
You Go Girl we're so proud of you ! ((( HUGS )))
Simply put Oh My God!! These are absolutely terrific! I'm just amazed! I mean why would I be amazed, anything you craft totally rocks! I love each and every piece! I can't wait to learn how to make them! This is so right up my alley! Ahhhhh! Yahooooo! Great job! Tim was right, Insanely Awesome!
Your architecture background is clearly visible in these incredible creations. I'm just worried that some company will spirit you away and we won't have you on "Team Laura" anymore. I'm sure you are surrounded by ooooohhhs and aaaaaaaahhhhs in person, too. Can't wait to see what else you've got. Drink in all the yumminess and bring us back some more great ideas.ReplyDelete
Speechless.....the camera is absolutely amazing....great job as always. Congrats Laura!ReplyDelete
Laura - these are stunning! So original and great use of all Tim's vintage finds! I love, love, love the vintage luggage case - I can't wait until you have the pattern available for this baby!!!ReplyDelete
These are so amazing- I could not believe my eyes!!!!! Love them!!!!!ReplyDelete
WOW WOW WOW you clever clever girl...they are fantastic!!!!! Have funReplyDelete
Spectacular, Laura!! Creative masterpieces, as always! Love, Love, LOVE the camera!ReplyDelete
How many ways are there to say WOW??? Amazing, astounding, remarkable, wonderful, incredible, marvelous, mind-blowing, staggering...yep...had to get into the thesaurus.ReplyDelete
Laura, these 2 projects of yours are without a doubt some of the most creative things I've seen in a LONG, LONG time.
Congratulations on such marvelous crafting!!!!
you get better and better these are fantastic pieces of art, adore. oth but if i had to chose the camera gets to me xxReplyDelete
Oh my... Laura... You have outdone yourself again!!! I'm so exited to see some moving pictures of these. Amazing!!! Just amazing...ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh Laura, these are amazing! The ideology camp must have been thrilled!ReplyDelete
Your creativity is amazing!ReplyDelete
Love the camera! Your talent is a gift from God and I thank you for sharing it. God BlessReplyDelete
WOW! WOW! WOW! Laura!!! These projects are fabulous! I hope you're going to teach how to make them. I especially would like to make the wardrobe. In my early teens I use to make paper dolls and and outfits for them...I've been thinking of doing that again and your wardrobe trunk would be perfect to keep them in. Hope you're having a great time at CHA.ReplyDelete
OMG!!! Laura, this is BEYOND any word I could express... seriously girl, you have outdone yourself this time... and that is going a very long way considering how gorgeous the projects were last time... WOW... THANK YOU for sharing them... you rock!!!!ReplyDelete
shut the front door! Seriously, your attention to detail, and emphasis on keeping true to the era that they represent IS amazing!ReplyDelete
Oh Laura, you did it agsain! What an outstanding projects. I lke the camera the most. It sp beautiful! Congratulations.ReplyDelete
Laura, WOW you have outdone yourself. I love the trunk, so much to look at and move around. The camera is incredible, great idea for displaying vintage photos. Love both projects and can't wait to see the tags. Looking forward to seeing your Graphic 45 projects, I now they will be beautiful. TFSReplyDelete
SLAM DUNK LAURA!!!ReplyDelete
Laura, these are awesome!!!! I want that vintage camera. Love it...Love it. Great Job.-emorenaReplyDelete
No words,,,,,no words.....no words.......,., That is just about one of the most creative idea's I have ever seen. If I just knew how, I would say I am speechless!!! Your trunk needs to contain a copy of Fannie Flagg's latest book "I Still Dream About You", A very witty tale revolving around a vintage trunk.
Wow! you are amazing, gorgeous project and I love..love..love...the camera, it's great! Bravo Laura, you are the best designer!ReplyDelete
C'est fantastique Laura, quelle imagination, vous êtes la meilleure, la caméra est magnifique, bravo, je suis fan de vos réalisations. Bye...bye..have nice week.
Oh WOW - I think you have outdone yourself! Can hardly wait for these tutorials...both of these would look fabulous beside my mantle clock!.....trust you are having a great timeReplyDelete
Those are amazing! Nice work.ReplyDelete
looks like someone had a lot of fun!!! awesome!ReplyDelete
My husband was stunned and actually asked for the pair as he could "see them on our side unit"ReplyDelete
first time ever he showed any interest although generally supportive in the "if it makes you happy vein!!" This really could be THE one for the boyz!!!Looking forward to more!! Thanks Flower, Debb.
Be proud!!! These are fantastically dimensional bits of wonder!!ReplyDelete
WOW! WOW!!! WOW!!!!!ReplyDelete
Simply amazing as always! You're such an inspiration :-)ReplyDelete
Oh my word!ReplyDelete
I had to pick my jaw off the floor...
These are amazing and can't wait to see how you made them
I found you after Tim posted the Steampunk clock some guy made based on the one you made for a previous CHA. I can't stop coming back. You think so far outside of the box you are in your own world. I love it. I can't imagine how excited Tim must get- he thinks outside the box but not nearly as far as you do. I get so frustrated trying to find inspiration because so many crafters are making stuff that frankly is far below my skill set but you push it and I love it. My 13 year old daughter and I are about to tackle the castle as a "Queen of Hearts". She has never been interested in crafting with me (what?!? how did a I get two not-crafty kids?) so I am super excited. I might have to tackle the camera…I can't believe you went there….really I can't.ReplyDelete
I just stumbled upon you on youtube in December and haven't been able to take my eyes off of you and your work since. You outdo yourself with each new project. You are an inspiration to all of us. I thought I was going in the direction of jewelry, but you now have me hooked on paper again. I have madly been ordering all new products just because of you.ReplyDelete
WOW!!! I can't wait to see what you will come up with next!!!
Laura, you are such an amazing designer ... just speechless!ReplyDelete
WOW, I'M IMPRESSED!!!! Laura you are amazing, great job! Shari (cricutrookie)ReplyDelete
Oh wow! These are amazing...or let me just use another word hehe. I see amazing is being used quite a bit. How bout FANTABULOUS LOL. I love, love, love the camera and the trunk is terrific. You really outdid yourself on these:)ReplyDelete
Which is not surprising. Have fun at CHA.
Holy stinken cow, these are the most amazing things. Can't wait to see how you did them. I want them both.ReplyDelete
your best work ever! Tim and Laura-as good as it gets!ReplyDelete
Awesome projects, Laura.ReplyDelete
C'est fantastique du GRAND ART, bravo!ReplyDelete
These are fantastic! How you have outdone yourself from last years projects! You are a creative genius!ReplyDelete
You continue to blow my mind...All bow to the great and powerful Laura!!!!!You truly are an AMAZING designer....and a HUGE inspiration...You Go Girl!!!!!!ReplyDelete
You always come up with the most creative projects! I'd have to flip a coin to choose which one I love the most. Congratulations.ReplyDelete
Speechless...just speechless! Amazing work Laura!ReplyDelete
Those projects are stunning. I just love them. I admire your talent. Thanks for sharing, Johanne L.ReplyDelete
OMG OMG OMG Laura, you are amazing, what else is there to say. You have hit the top you are the master (mastress) I am totally blown away. You are my idol. What you do is absolutely awesome. You always manage to outdo from the year before. All I can say now is you are the best. WOW WOW WOWReplyDelete
I am completely speechless..ReplyDelete
You are so amazing!!! I don't know how you come up with stuff. Each one is so unique.
I bet Tim was speechless when he saw them.
Thanks for sharing your talents with us.
Wow! Awesome work! I LOVE the camera!!ReplyDelete
Wow Wow Wow Laura congratulations you are amazing God Bless you are a excellente artist creater.ReplyDelete
love the camera I can't wait for you to teach that!!
Oh. My. HECK!! How awesome is this??!! WOW! That's all I can say! So I'll say it again. WOW!! I love both of these projects. How brilliant of an idea to use the configuration boxes to make something other than a shadowbox. I'm pinning both of these bad boys to my pinboard. Amazing!ReplyDelete
Walking the light fantastic I'd say - truly stunning, a joy to admire and from another galaxy by far. Fabulously original and bursting with creative love. B every proud, savour those masterpieces and have a great time!ReplyDelete
Those 2 projects are so amazing! I would have never thought they were made of configuration boxes. I can't wait to see more details about these!ReplyDelete
Victoria Daniel 1-29-1210:34pmReplyDelete
I said oh my god. I love it i hope you do class, and i wish i can aford to buy the kit and make it, as always you are the number one, you should get the first price, good luck, have good time in the CHA. You deserve it.
Hi Laura - You have outdone yourself. I will definitely go to the Ranger booth tomorrow and check them out in person. Simply amazing ...ReplyDelete
That trunk is a-m-a-z-i-n-g.ReplyDelete
Hi Laura - I had just started looking at your amazing CHA Tim Holtz Project; when my husband walked into the room. He immediately sat down and started to asked what I thought you used to makes these projects. We probably sat for half an hour playing the guessing game and just pouring over how beautifully made your projects are constructed. The long and short of the story is....now my husband wants to help me build both projects once you have your written tutorials out. You really outdid yourself....and that's saying something when last years projects were as stunningly wonderful.ReplyDelete
Oh My these are AWESOME!!!! So looking forward to all the new products!!! Hope you are having a good time!!!!ReplyDelete
WOW!!! FANTASTIC!!! Can't get the image of that Vintage Camera out of my head! SPEECHLESS!!!!!ReplyDelete
Spectacular!!! You are amazing! These projects are so fantastic. I wish I could see them in person. You are fabulous!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is AWESOME!!!!!!!!FANTASTIC!!!!ReplyDelete
Wow this is so you. Magnificently done and so graphic 45. Great job!!ReplyDelete
Have fun at CHA.
Absolutely superbe, as usual laura, well done. Hope you're having fun. Can't wait to see the G45 stuff now too!ReplyDelete
That camera.....omg: Fabulous...beyond amazing. We're so lucky to have your creative genius to learn from. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Love the trunk but that camera is amazing! Thanx so much for sharing and the inspiration! :)ReplyDelete
Wow, those are incredible. TFS.ReplyDelete
Love the projects... Nice job Laura!ReplyDelete
Amazing designs! I love it! Try to glance also at www.gourmetrecipe.com. They have lots of recipe to choose from. Not only that, they have also sites that gives nutritional facts and tips to have a healthy body at: blog.gourmetrecipe.com. You won't regret it!ReplyDelete
Absolutely amazing work! I'm in love with how you used nothing short of genius creativity to create the camera used for holding pictures. This is something you could display in your house rather than placing lots of albums about. LOOOOVE IT!! & thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Always impressed by your creativity of design! I'm so excited especially about the camera -- my hubby is a photographer and I'm hoping you'll be doing a class on that one. I think it would make a fabulous gift for him to display some of his work! Way to knock it out of the park...TFS!!ReplyDelete
Totally, totally, awesome Laura!ReplyDelete
I loved this trunk when I saw it at show!! It was my favorite.ReplyDelete
WWWOOOWWW LAURA THE CAMERA, AND THE TRUNK ARE BEAUTIFUL. GLASD YOURE BACK HOME.ReplyDelete
HUGS XOCHITL MONTANO
Your work is AMAZING. I just love the wardrobe trunk. I've looked at it every day for a week because it's so outstanding. Thank you for sharing your creativity and ideasReplyDelete
Wow! I am flabbergasted...ReplyDelete
Am in love!! Your creativity is amazing and I'm so thankful that you share it with those of us who are "followers" and not "leaders" in the creative department!!! I have already made up my 12 month tags which have some of my own spin on them. Can't wait until you put up tutorials on the trunk and camera!! PLEASE don't make us wait too long!!! Thanks again!! You are truly amazing!ReplyDelete
Larua, do you have a tutorial for the first one? I love it!ReplyDelete
Wow,I love this, I`m, impressed. You are so creative. Nice collour and wow design.ReplyDelete