Awesome! I love how you blended all the textures together! The script writing flows so well with the beads! You really need to continue following your nature flow and enjoy! Funny that is what I did with this challenge too! I couldn't even tell you what colors I used...I was like oh ya a little of this, oh no I want some of that...so so fun!!
There are so many cool details on this card, I don't even know where to start. It definately looks like you had fun playing and the result is amazing. I love that bird stamp.
Hi, Christin! I love your artistic card! My favorite part was hearing how you just went with the flow and let it evolve and had fun as you went. That's awesome!
LOL! Looks like you have really expanded your 'comfort zone'!
Very much a stream-of-consciousness work. I, too, enjoy finding lots of spots to view.
Wow, this turned out soo cool! Love the different panels with all those textures and the torn edges add to it also. Love the script stamping too. Thank you so much for doing my challenge!!
Oh I so happy to see you "let loose"! And your piece is so fun to look at and find all the little details! Good job! TFS!
Project - WSW13 Texture It
posted 06/14/13 at 08:14 PM
Galleries: Stamping, Cardmaking
This is for Anna-Karin's challenge, to use texture in a project.
I decided to go WAY out of my comfort zone on this one, and just have fun with texture - which I think is in the spirit of the challenge, anyway!
I started with a folded cereal box base, so it was extra strong.
The purple pp has a natural linen-like texture, and I tore it, and added scraps of light blue embossed paper and a specialty paper that has tiny stud-like silver raised dots. I stuck those down and then scraped ‘Spakfilla’ randomly over the rest of the card.
I stamped a bird and a cage and a shell and some sentiments with black ink, and some French script with brown ink.
As a finishing touch I made a “chain” for the birdcage out of dots of gold liquid pearls.
Interesting result! It was so much fun to make. I didn't overthink it - just kept adding bits as I felt led.
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