I'd like to invite you to join me over on That's Crafty's blog where I'm sharing a mixed media art panel rich in colour, layers, texture and dimension.
It features some of Tim Holtz fabulous new products, namely his new Stampers Anonymous stampset , 'Specimen', his new layering stencil 'Script' and his new delicious 'Crackling Campfire' distress ink. There's Tim's Ranger Distress texture pastes and Seth Apters Aladine Izink dye sprays thrown into the mix too!
No need to RSVP just pop by the blog anytime. to see and read more.
For the quickest and most direct route there click HERE.
Hope to see you soon
I'd like to enter this into the following challenge:
Gorgeous, simply gorgeous. The 3D and the colors, and the eyelets up side down, what a great idea. And the body made with a metal ? (i don't know how to call it). Bravo (in french). Without forgetting the background.ReplyDelete
wow beautiful colours and love that amazing butterflyReplyDelete
Awesome project!!! I love the rusty frame and the vibrant colours on the butterfly!!! thank you for joining the September challenge of the Country View Challenges!ReplyDelete
A fantastic art panel. Wonderfully rich colours, lovely details, gorgeous textures and fabulous dimension.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining in with our September challenge "Anything Mixed Media Goes" at Creative Artiste Mixed Media. Good luck x
PINNED! LOVE the bold brights...oh my word so eye catching. Just gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Amanda this is incredible, fantastic achieved dimension and a delicious colour palette indeed. There's so much to love about this piece of artwork. I could sit and gaze for days. So happy you shared this with us over @ Creative Artiste, many thanks for joining in with the challenge. Creative wishes Tracey (DT)ReplyDelete
Wowser! This panel is fabulous! I love the bold colors, so perfect!ReplyDelete
Thank you for playing along with our September challenge over at Country View Challenges.
You already know I love this magnificent stained glass, textured, lepidopterist's dream of a piece!ReplyDelete
That is gorgeous... who knew that rust could look luscious! Thanks for playing with us at Country View Challenges!ReplyDelete