I wish a wonderful and happy 2016 for everyone!
My Gelli plate was calling my name, so who am I to deny paying my gelli plate some attention. Out comes my Gelli plate. It looked lonely so I brought out my paint, stencils, deli paper, and mark making tools. After several hours hanging out with Gelli we created…
Gelli and I had a fabulous time together!!! You definitely can’t stop with just one print. Happy Creating!!
I took a class with Color Burst class with Ken Oliver and I fell in love with Color Burst. It is adequately named because watching how the water makes the color explode over the page is just amazing. I love creating backgrounds with it. The image on the card is Julie Nutting’s stamp Becky Cowgirl. The cowgirl was colored with Copic Markers.
The Documented Life Project
Layers You Will Love!
Art Challenge: Cover Up Good Stuff
Journal Prompt: Going Undercover
I chose Art Challenge: Cover Up the Good Stuff
I decided to create a background that I didn’t mind covering up. It would be easier right? Well, after adding random blobs of paint, some Dyan Reaveley stamps , and marks all over the page, I decided I liked it. Now what? I chose to go through with the Art Challenge and cover it all up. I was a bit nervous!!
I covered the background with white, silver, and gold texture paste using a stencil called “Coliseum” by Stencil Girl. Even though I was apprehensive about covering the background, I like how it turned out.
Julie Balzer is carving a stamp a day in December. I have never carved a stamp before so I started working in Julie’s book “Carve Stamp Play” to learn how to carve my very own handmade stamps. It is a very good book with lots of detailed pictures. Then, I decided that I wanted to carve some large letters that spelled art. The letters below measure 4.5 inches tall and the word is 6 inches wide. Next, I had 2 pieces of rubber left over, so I carved the positive and negative of dominos on the edge of the tag. Carving stamps is so relaxing!