Morning Bloggers Spent some time crafting with some friends yesterday evening and made this card.
Had a great time and produced TWO cards.. one went in the bin!
Distress Inks,Wendy Vecchi Archival Inks Hero Art Stamp, S5782 'Painted Canvas'. Along with a Tim Holtz 'Shatter Stencil and few Tim Holtz Stamps. I'm well into this arty 'look' at the moment! Thanks for popping by today. Eileen xx
Morning Bloggers .. how yer doin? It's a busy time with Christmas just a snitch away! Take it easy now, do as much crafting as you can, it lowers the blood pressure! I'm just popping onto my blog to share this card with you.The brick wall is a HUGE stamp from the Impression Obsession, cover-a-card range. I bought mine at Ally Pally from Stamps and Memories. Lovely people, super stamps for backgrounds but you will need to ask where the 'Bricks' are cos I can't see it now! All the other images are from a stamp plate by Hero Arts.. called 'Brush Strokes'. Great fun with these! Thanks for looking at my blog today. See you soon as I'm updating my last post later! The Journal Page I 'created' looks as if it has a 'Fried Egg' in the middle of it ... Mmmm ... that needs sorting and it's no yoke! Eileen xxx
Yo ho Bloggers. A quick post tonight, so I can share a new page from my Art Journal with you.
Great fun today, playing with someWendy Vecchi Stencils and 490 Stamps, along with some Fresco Paints from Paper Artsy. Plus a dollop or two of white dimensional paste, over a couple of the stencil images.
Thank you for looking at my blog today... have a lovely Sunday evening ... I'm back to the F1 racing!
Afternoon Bloggers. I'm sharing a couple of clocks with you today that were great fun to create. The first one is coloured with alcohol inks and a blast or two of air, from my Copic Airbrushing System. I love this bit of kit, so easy to use with super results!
The second one was created using alcohol inks again but this time, with a blending tool and felt pads. I went to a fabulous Workshop hosted by Karen Clare, "The Clock Lady" where I learnt how to make these little beauties. Visit Karen's Blog and have a look. Karen has another workshop in January. I'll be there, not sure what we will be doing, but it will be loads of fun I'm sure!
Thank you for popping over to my Blog today. Have a great weekend. Stay warm ... see you soon. Eileen xxx