Tuesday, February 5, 2008

From the Garden -- Penciled Twinks...


Didya' ever create a piece and think "NOW WHAT?" Three or four weeks ago, I created the flower with the masked crackle on the piece above using the Penciled Twinks technique from the February 2008 issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter. It sat there, hovering near - but not quite on - my work area. Kind of in my periphrial vision. The piece was much larger than it is now and I just didn't like all the Ivory crackling.
Today while I was task avoiding another project, I picked this up and started to cut. I decided to trim off the excess ivory using the Out of the Box Technique from the October 2004 issue of the Newsletter. I just paired it with some layers and some Designer paper, and viola! I think it just POPS! And it is even MORE shimmery in person.
Now, to get back to the project I was SUPPOSED to be doing!
Ingredients:
Stamps: Stampin' Up! From the Garden, Crackle BG
Paper: Apple Cider DSP, Gable Green, Basic Black, Vanilla, Natural White
Ink: StazOn Black
Other: Oh wait! I can't tell you that! You can find out if you subscribe!! (I know, how mean is that? I just want to see if anyone actually reads through these ingredient lists!)

9 comments:

Valerie Byrnes said...

Pat the card is beautiful! I love those colors and I'm eager to try the penciled twinks technique.
LOL on the last ingredient...yes I am a compulsive sort.

Diane said...

Beautiful!!!!I am glad I subsribe. I get to know the ingredients!!

dee

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

Beautiful. I had to have that stamp and yes, it is so big I think I'm intimidated by it. It needs to get inky.

Lisa Somerville said...

Just beautiful Pat, love all the techniques from the NL that you used...Especially love the last ingredient you listed!

rozie640 said...

Oh my goodness, this is gorgeous, thank goodness you finished it. Sometimes you have to step away from an image and then that little light bulb goes off and voila! A masterpiece.

njkelley said...

I think it is lovely! I really love how striking the colors are!

TFS!

Nyla K

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Anonymous said...

Wow this is so vibrant, love the colour choices
Bridget Larsen

Bridget Larsen said...

Wow this is so vibrant, love the colour choices
Bridget Larsen

emilymomto3boys said...

oh my goodness - this is gorgeous!!! I need to subscribe to your newsletter - you always have amazing techniques!