No reflections or shadows in this one, just good 'ole romance, when men where men, which is probably why I've put her on top!!I have used my 'latest' toy my lovely cuttlebug for this one, the script embossing folder across the top on a slant, a lovely vintage stamp from Blue Moon in archivel sepia, a 'free' foam stamp for the setiment, edged in Tim Holtz brick distress ink, I filled the hearts with a gold glitter pen and outlined them in red.
Saturday, 2 February 2008
We have been set a year long challenge, 12 members to each make an A5 'landscape' calander page for each month, at the end of the year we will all recieve back a unique calander made from each members art work.
As I haven't managed to post any new work since October I thought it was high time I updated my spot, I love playing with inks (& paints) and have recently developed a 'thing' about shadows and reflections.
This is a topper I made (October time ish) using the resist technique, very simple, torn paper for the 'hill's' and as a mask for the brayered sky, I used a twinkling H2o lid, clear ink & white embossing powder for the moon (I didn't want a solid circle), an Anna Griffin fir tree stamp, stamped right way up in Azure stayzon and in grey for the shadow.