Wednesday, 15 September 2010

CofC #14

Mondays have been much more interesting these last 3 months or so get to work and get as much done as possible so that I can get home again and check out the weeks challenge set by Linda using Mr. Holtz's recent publication 'A Compendium of Curiosities' This week we are practising masking basics as explained on page 58.

I can tell you that the butterfly is made of gallary glass cut using one of TH's fabulous dies. This is another page for the Lots to do revisited forum chunky grunge book swap, the prompt for this page is 'Up up and away.

20 comments:

  1. Fabulous butterfly Zoe,love the flower too ! Sue C x

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  2. Oh wow Zoe this is gorgeous. Never heard of that sort of glass before, its an amazing butterfly. Brilliant. x

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  3. Wow Zoe this is just beautiful love the background and the gallary glass is gorgeous x Hilda

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  4. Fantastic butterfly, lovely bright colours and I really like the way you haven't made it symetrical colourwise. The tendency is to make both wings exactly the same xxx

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  5. Oh this is fabulous - like a stained glass butterfly, how unique! I have some Gallery Glass hiding in the back of my cupboard somewhere, may just have to dig it out now.

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  6. WOW you have done a wonderful job using this fab die but i dont understand how you used the gallery glass paints....did you put it on accetate first then run that through die cutting machine?!! xx jo xx

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  7. Beautiful masking and love the butterfly!!!

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  8. Your butterfly is just gorgeous :) Great job with this weeks challenge!

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  9. A magnificent butterfly Zoe and great masking.
    B xxx

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  10. Wow, the butterfly is stunning, a great piece.

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  11. OH, Zoe, this is stunning! Your masking work is lovely, and the butterfly looks amazing! Gallery Glass is a brilliant choice for this die cut design- to colors are so vibrant and spectacular!

    You really do create wonderful art for the CCC, every week! It's always such a joy to see what you've come up with!

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  12. zoe..that background is scrumptious.......and whoa..that butterfly...well..a girl after my own heart.........i WUV butterflies and love the technique you used...amazing work!

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  13. Zoe, that is just lovely! I have not seen glass used that way before! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for your recent visit to my blog.
    Hugs, Pat

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  14. A gorgeous page Zoe,lovely butterfly
    xx

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  15. it,s beautiful Zoe ,I haven,t heard of this before either

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  16. Lovely! Love the butterfly, so colourful. Kim

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  17. Love butterflies, what a fab piece! xx

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  18. Zoe... I have to get this die cut... and how perfect for UP UP and AWAY!... love all the different textures going on. Just gorgeous :)

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  19. Oh wow that gallery glass tooks stunning Zoe :)

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  20. Never used Gallery Glass - must give it a try as your butterfly looks gorgeous.

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