Every once in a while, I think it is good to step out of the box and do something that isn't "you". I have never understood tryptichs, and probably am not even spelling the word right, but this was fun. I received some chipboard tags from a company (more on that in later posts) that would be easy to replicate from cereal box cardboard. I took two of them and painted them pewter (Lumiere paint) and allowed them to dry. I stamped both pieces with Inkadinkado stamps, using Versafine ink. The one that I used as the "doors", I ran through the Spellbinders Wizard with some road trash that I believe is gutter guard (I have all varieties!....recently, I was seen pulling some out of a dumpster at Amelia Island Plantation while the truck was pulling it away...another story!) That gave it the cool diamond texture. Next, that piece was cut down the middle to give me the two doors. I cut the opening for the little window, used hvac tape (I am queen of road trash...house trash...just trash!) to connect the three pieces. I used silver eyelets to secure the tape and keep everything happy. For the red you see in the window, I used red velvet paper and ran it through the Wizard with a sheet of vinyl that is made to look like the old tile ceilings. It was made for doll houses. I found it and a brick design at Pearls the other day on my art store tour I took my friend Jacki on (Sam Flax, Binders, Pearl....Dick Blick will have to wait....found way too many bargains at Sam Flax!) This gave the red velvet a very cool texture. I used red rhinestone hearts, vellum butterflies that I cut with a Spellbinders die in the Wizard, pewter dimensional paint and Stickles platinum glitter. It was a very fun project...I got to use my Wizard, Spellbinders die, Inkadinkado stamps and lots of STUFF....what is not to love??