Thursday, June 30, 2011

Tim Class #4.... and another blog candy!!!



Configuration of your Imagination!!  Another totally fabulous class!!!!  And the last one of the weekend :-((   I have a couple of unopened configurations and I'd feel overwhelmed just thinking about doing something with them but now I have confidence :-))  I can't wait to make another one... and another... and another!!!!



See that foliage flower with the crystal in the middle... that piece was actually done in the Ideology Intrigue class... the metal piece behind the flower was a ring but I knew I probably wouldn't wear it so I spread out the ring part and used the whole piece on here... awesome!!!!


Don't forget you can click on the pictures and they will open up larger.


This wraps up the classes I was able to take.  I've said it before but.... ALL the classes were awesome, very organized, everything went very smoothly.   Tim is a great teacher!!!!  Mario was totally on top of supplies!!! You would not believe the line of people before each class waiting to take their picture with Tim and he was so gracious!!!  A totally Amazing weekend!!!!

Here is the blog candy for this post... a seasonal paper stack, coffee Archival ink pad, 2 bottles of Color Wash.  Everyone is welcome to leave a comment for a chance to win the candy!!  I'll pick a winner on Sunday, July 3rd.  Check back tomorrow for one more blog candy post to finish up the week :-))

48 comments:

funkycrafter said...

another night owl checking out blogs. love what you did with your configurations. i like the raspberry soda cap. was actually looking at the configurations at M's today. know what you mean about being overwhelmed. i don't have much of anything small enough to fit.

Moz said...

My, how awesome is this project.
I was not among the lucky folks who got to see Tim when he visited South Africa, so I love that you are sharing so much on your blog!
Wouldn't it be awesome if I won the candy?? The mind boggles......
Thanks for sharing.
Hugz

Von said...

Nothing quite like a class to build your confidence so I'm still looking on with awe :)

Cher said...

luv this! his classes are the BEST! wish I could have done these! tyvm..luv your posts...and your work!

Max said...

Those legs are so right for this piece. Lovely work, so much detail. Is that paper tape on the edging? It looks great.

Maryann said...

WAUW unbelievable how you can keep on impressing here? This is sooo gorgeous too and I totally love how you did this one too. Boy I wish, I lived overthere sometimes, soI could join something like these classes, that would be sooo cool. You certainly got a lot of of this and wauw sooo gorgeous all has been, you´ve been showing us. I love everything, so simple is that.

Lindart said...

I LOVE your configuration!! I really want to try this, I have a 7G box, but the TH box looks much nicer to me - deeper and more flexible because you can move the insides around. But first I have to use the one I have! Thanks for the inspiration Wanda!

Linda Ward said...

Love the feet/legs on your box. Your art work is fantastic.

SusanK said...

Amazing! I have a config box but haven't decided on a theme yet. Maybe once I clean up my room I can let my mind wander around and see what comes out. lol

Victoria's Place said...

Awesome! I have one that I haven't started yet, trying to decide what I want to do with it!

Elise said...

Wow, that's an awesome configuration! perhaps I'll give one a try...

Thanks for another chance to get some new goodies!

Kay S said...

They are just awesome. Tim has such great ideas and projects to work with. Wish I could spend all day every day creating. Hope to see you the 30th.

Colleen O said...

Well you answered my question as to where you got all the stuff for the box when you explained about the ring you crushed. Nice work.

Lori said...

That is so COOL and AWESOME! LOVE the paper collaged on the front, and all the elements inside..zowie! And another giveaway...wowzer!

Barb said...

I can not belive the detail and how many items when viewing close up. Simply awesome. Thanks so much for sharing.

Kathy Eddy said...

Wonderful configurations wanda! You did a fabulous job on this! I have three or four of them in my Tim cupboard and am still afraid to open them and start! Come over and play and get me started! You'll love Wisconsin! LOL

Lisa said...

I love your project! How wonderful to take one of Tim's workshops.

Carolyn said...

Oh Wanda, the hardware on this project is fantastic. Most of the configurations hang on a wall but yours can stand nicely on a shelf or mantel. I think this one is my favorite unless, of course, I go back and look at the others and then it will be hard to chose one over the other.

How fortunate for you to be able to take these classes.

Kathy Carr said...

and don't forget about the man in the lower left corner . . .he has a battery operated tealight behind him that is awesome when lit!! I've never used the color wash . . something to add to my shopping list if I'm not the winner!!

Kathy Carr said...

and BTW I love how you used the ring and plan to add it to my box too!!!

Laura said...

Wow, that's a masterpiece indeed!
Don't yea just love everything T!m!!!

Laura

Marlene Youde said...

looks like it was a fun class. I have one of these boxes but haven't done anything w/it yet. Maybe this will inspire - me or maybe seeing yours in person would get me moving.
thanks for posting these
Marlene

suzieq23 said...

wow, i am so so so jealous. out of this world project. love it!

Anonymous said...

This is a brilliant art piece! I totally fell in love with it. The soda cap is so cool, all the trinkets are so nice, but the nicest of it all is that it is made by you. And that shines through!
A real gem!
Thanks for sharing,
love tea

Netty said...

Oh wow your configuration box is totally fab Wanda. Enjoy the weekend, Annette x

Elaine said...

WOW I LOVE THESE, AND i DON'T HAVE ANY YET.
Elaine in Jersey

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

What a great project. It would take me forever to decide what to put in each cubbie.

Jodi said...

O. M. Goodness! What a beautiful piece of art -- Wanda, you're amazing!

Gloria L. said...

You really did a good job - love the butterflies tissue tape!

paddy said...

wow - that is totally fantastic - I love the pic of the man in the corner ...look like it is a real old time pic ....but the killer is the spilled soda ...lol I just love it

jen said...

Oh my gosh I love those boxes, I want to learn how to do them, your are so fabulous. Oh I would'nt mind winning any of your awesome candy
thanks and hugs Jen Rose

ModernaDesignsArt said...

Wanda, your creativity is amazing. You must have had an amazing weekend! I wish I could get a configurations box, I have plenty of ideas how to design it but I can't get one for mysewlf (in the meantime, I enjoy yours).
Great blog candy, I could use some happy mail now!
Dorly Weitzen

PlumTuckered's Paper Plays said...

I am in awe of all of your beautiful creations!! Your Config. Box and your Jewelry are my favorites. Love the photos of you with Tim and Mario..I'm jealous!!!! Thank you for the chance to win such great candy!

Marys stamping and scrapping said...

I've never done a configuration box yet. I would like to do one soon thanks for sharing..

jane said...

I've taken 2 classes from Tim and loved, loved, loved them. Not only is the most organized classes I've ever taken but he is so generous.

Barbara said...

Thanks for the inspiration. I still have to try the configuration boxes.

Great job! Thanks

shari said...

I have a couple of these boxes and am to scared to try one, maybe after seeing yours I'll give it a try. Thanks so much for sharing and for the candy. Shari (cricutrookie)

Diane said...

I haven't tried the configuration boxes yet, I don't know where to start and I have never been lucky enough to take a class with Tim. Thanks for sharing your classes.

Sandra said...

wow! thanks for all the inspiration.
Sandra ltb

Karen said...

This class is the one Tim did in the UK in Feb and I was lucky enough to do!
However, I still haven't finished mine (hanging head in shame) :(
Yours is lovely!

Bunnyfreak said...

Thanks for sharing about the class.

karen Dillon said...

LUV IT!! Haven't had much time to play with TIm's new things can't wiat now that I've seen the things you made. Time to go shopping!

Lynn Stevens said...

I've always wanted to try one of Tim's configuration boxes, Yours is Fab, must have been a blast to create!
hugs Lynn

KarenK said...

Love, Love, LOVE the configuration box. I have one here, unopened, that is waiting for my inspiration to kick in. I just can't decide on a theme. Once I do a bit of reorganizing (read: clearing off my work table) I know I can come up with an idea or two. Love your blog...wish I knew enough to make mine look so good. Thanks for letting me see your great work.

Maria A said...

oh my this is a masterpiece! There is so much to see...I love the Journey key hanging from the knob and the spilled soda is wonderful! Don't you wonder where Tim gets his stash of amazing things? Another class I would love to take!

Glad you had a wonderful weekend with Tim! Thank you for the generous giveaways!!

Lesley said...

That foliage flower that was a ring is sooooo pretty!!! I keep going back to have another look!!!

Georgee said...

Oh, I am envious of the great classes and the wonderful experience you must haave had. Congrats!!! This project is Fabulous!!! I don't have any of the color washes yet nor this paper pack nor an archival pad as yet!!! Hint, hint!!! lol Thanks a bunch.

Nancy said...

All I can say is WOW!! You have inspired me to purchase one of these shadowboxes and make one for myself! Stupendous!