Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Worn Cover Pg. 35 CCC#13

Rolling right along into Challenge #13 Worn Cover
which can be found on page 35 of Tims new book 
Compodium of Curiosities III & can still can be ordered
from Tim directly at his

Also a thank you to Tim & Mario for the stash of goods
that will be awarded to the winner of this challenge. The
sponsor of this current challenge is the Inspiration Emporium 
offering a $50 dollar certificate:
Thank you to LindaLedbetter for sponsoring the challenges and 
if you wish to still jump in and play along here is the link to 
Lindas blog:

Thank you to all the ladies on the CCCrew for their time and 
dedication to each challenge. Thank you again! There is also a
photo of the backside of the worn cover with Santa's coat and hat.
In Santas jar are the stars of magic! And puff it all comes alive!

So here are the ingredients since we cannot share the process:
One plain worn cover. Tim Holtz Merriment Papers, Wesbster
Pages, Snow Tex, Embossing Dabber, Peeled Paint Distress Embossing
Powder, Black Soot Distress Paint, Bronze Distress Paint, Tacky Glue,
one lighter, Pumice Stone Glitter, One small Tim Holtz Christmas Tree,
Tim Holtz stars, Tim Holtz Christmas Noel Ephemera,  Tim Holtz
Die cuts, Wendy Vecchi Embossing Powder Red Geranium, Oak
Tree Cones, Evergreen Bough Distress Paint, Alpa Parts Ransom,
Glossy Accents, Music Tape, Gift Box Embellishment, Wish Bone,
Three little Birds, Small tea candle, Tim Holtz Enamal Tag, Tim Holtz
Rub ons, 7Gypsie Eye Glass, Metal Rusted Heart, Tim Holtz Holiday
Flash Cards, Tim Holtz Holiday Embellishments, Tim Holtz Chain.

This is a worn cover made into a Christmas scenery with a placement for a tea candle.

As always thank you for stopping by,



  1. Great! Enjoy the detail in the far left corner!

  2. Jan...this is so BEYOND cool that I can't even express it! I have NEVER seen anything like this done with a Worn Cover and I am in amazement. I totally love this! Your use of this Worn Cover is so unique. I love your scene that you've created and that little tea light just gives it all such a warm glow! LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing your amazing art with all of us at CC3C. <3 Candy

  3. Wonderful creation Jan! I love your Christmas scene, especially St Nicks coat hanging up and the monocle to highlight the date. Beautifully done! Karen.x

  4. Just adorable, so much to look at. Lovely with the candle too. I love santas coat on the hanger too x

  5. Wow this is something else - its absolutely stunning Jan

  6. Jan, you are SO clever! This is just awesome! What a great Christmas scene you've created! That tea light in the middle is just beautiful! All the details are so interesting, LoVe iTTT!!

  7. Talk about out the is no longer a cover but a beautiful scene to be admired and enjoyed inside and out!

  8. WOW!!! You used the Worn Cover ingeniously and so originally! I LOVE how you think, and love all the goodies you've used in this gorgeous little scene! LOVE! Thanks so much for joining us on the Worn Cover Challenge at CC3Challenge!!!

  9. Thank you for all the kind remarks!!!! Fun stuff indeed. Thank you again.

  10. How fun is this and a very clever idea indeed.Great Xmas focal point :)

  11. what a fun idea Jan! Great scene you created and I love the tea light!

  12. Jan, this is absolutely amazing! I would have never thought to use the worn cover like this! Love all the incredible detail, especially the little light casting a warm glow on the scene. Way to go!

  13. This is so creative and unique, Jan. Every pic got better and better as even more details were revealed. Thanks for sharing with us at CC3C!