Sunday, 6 March 2016

Sunshine inspired

So Nice to see the sun yesterday, and for a longer period of daylight than last week-end.  Inspired me to get crafting' good and messy.   Some work in progress on my table, some (playing cards) tucked away for now and this.


It all started with some old shaving foam and a baking tray, mixed a little yellow and green colour burst in with the foam.   Yep good old shaving foam background the powder not activated as much by the foam as it is by water creates a subtle background.  Next up the coloured acetate, more of the yellow from last week and an embossing folder, the acrylic cut to the folders dimension.   The bird is a Clarity stamp in Teal ink onto Green acetate and fussy cut.

The glass frame came from the Range A useful place for all sorts of Alterable's.   Saw the glass frame a couple of weeks back and popped it straight into the shopping bag knowing it would be useful.   Once the contents were assembled it seemed something was missing.  A little yellow and green alcohol ink on the outside glass.

This week-end's shout out for Spring then.

Hiding in my Craft Room - Spring Colours
Less is More - Citrus Colours (ok there is not a lot of white space, it's clear glass instead)
Suzy Bee's Blooming Challenge - ATG Twist a touch of Spring

If you are a Mother, HAPPY MOTHERS DAY.

10 comments:

  1. Happy Mother's Day to you as well Zoe. Nice to see your sunny picture

    Love Chrissie xx

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  2. Very creative - I love the techniques you've used and what an innovative take on the challenge!

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  3. The shaving cream is such a fun technique! Thanks for sharing at LIM!

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  4. What a striking creation and great use of the shaving foam technique - that's not one I've tried yet! Thanks for sharing at Less is More this week. Sarah

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  5. Looks like you had a technique fest Zoe, acetate too... that's brave! Great stuff!
    You're right about the white space, but we'll let you off this time!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  6. A real work of art, it looks lovely on the wall. Karen x

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  7. Great technique, lots of interest on this project.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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  8. wow---that looks awesome! You did a wonderful job. Thank you for joining us over on the HIMCR blog this week!

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  9. Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for joining HIMCR this week!

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  10. It's stunning and such a clever idea.
    I have enjoyed having a little tour of your blog and seeing the variety of things you create. Thanks you. Jx

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