Today was painting day and we had a demonstration on the use of galze mediums in your oil painting, and three different ways of going about it. Still a little confused but will give it a go this week and see what happens! Perhaps I will show you what I have done, perhaps not.
Meanwhile I have made some cards! Suprise, suprise. Again, they come from my collection of pictures I have torn out of various magazines, and so are to a great extent cased. Please accept my deepest gratitude all you great card makers you, if you happen to see my attempts at your work. Most card used is SU card and inks ditto. The first card uses an Artee Stamp Double Daisy, which I masked to create 4 flowers. I coloured it in using SU markers and a watercolour brush. The sentiment is a Virve Stamp from USA, one of several I got last month. The ink is SU Baja Breeze and I used one of those baking papers from the set I mentioned last time that the family gave. I used gold card to back all these. Inside I used another Virve stamp sentiment as my verse, stamped in blue ink on a cream paper inset.
This one is on SU Craft paper, using SU Chocolate Chip ink to smudge the edges. The little card has felt flowers on it and the 'parcel' was created using scraplings pasted onto cardboard. Inside onthe inset I used stickers from Joane's on birthdays.
This one is too big. I am thinking of framing it rather than using it as a card. The flowers were fussy cut from a sheet of Pink Paislee Spring Fling Collection: Spring Flowers, and placed over another piece from the same collection: Tree House. I hand drew and cut out the bird, and mounted it on left over gold card. I used a scrap to create the fence, after carefully giving it a scalloped edge. The letter stickers were from the many I have in the box - maker unknown. I 3-D'ed the flowers with dimentionals and only stuck down the bottom of the stalks and the center of the flower to give it more life. Inside I printed a sentiment I made up - and glued another flower next to it, plus one on the envelope. I must admit it is pretty.