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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

One more Lounging Queen in a Chair



I have once again used Lounging Queen in a Chair
When colouring the first one I started on this in purple and orange
just to have fun with some people.
Then I started to think that maybe I should finish colour
and make a project out of it.
Well, here it is.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Zombie Walker

Hi Susan R here!




Sal has drawn lots of super images for September.
I have decided to use three of them on ATCs and this post shows you the third...


This image is Zombie Walker.

I coloured it with Promarkers and cut it out.
 I then added it to an ATC to go in my Autumnal/Spidery Mini Journal
 - for more details please take a look on my blog!




Find all Sal's images here







Happy Crafting!!










Sunday, September 25, 2016

Pile of books by Titbelsoeur

Hi there ! Titbelsoeur here today,

This Pile of Books is a new release from Sal on her site here : https://www.slslines.com/
I have colored it with pastels and color pencils, then glued it on to a book page already monoprinted.

pile of books


Hope you like it ! your comments are always welcome with great pleasure

Titbelsoeur
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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Enjoy the Gifts of Nature


I love this image from SLS Lines called Fantasy Fox Shaman Medicine Woman and decided to make a art journal page using it.  I think Sal created a very stunning image.

 I coloured the medicine woman with PanPastels and Copic Markers. The background of the art journal page was painted, stamped and stenciled.  The top of the page is a gelli print which I used packing tape to remove the design from the gelli plate and I also added some feathers.  The sentiment is by  Inkadinkado which has been in my collection of rubber for a very long time. 



 Be sure to check out the stamps at SLS Lines as Sal will be discontinuing her stamps soon.  We are sorry to see her go, so be sure to grab the stamps you love from her store before they are gone forever. The store has a great selection of images for all of your crafting needs. 

 Thank you for stopping by and have a very creative day. 

Friday, September 23, 2016

Inspiration

Hello everyone...Genny here with a little inspiration. I had bought myself a notebook to keep track of my bills and the whole thought was so depressing that I just had to decorate it. I began by covering the front of the journal with a piece of black card and stencilled red bubbles all over it.I had some chipboard letters which spelled bills and painted them red with acrylic and then glued them to the edge.I then added some red glitter rope to the left hand side. I then platted some more of the rope to make a bookmark. I attached it to the metal binding and used a red fabric skull to the bottom. I finally added this fabulous piece of artwork..the voodoo king from SLS. I coloured him with my promarkers, cut him out and glued him in place. He look exactly like I feel whenever I have to pay a bill...lol. I am also going to cover the whole front with a piece of adhesive acetate..so that it will be a wipe clean book. I hope that you all like it and will think about covering your own notebooks. So until next time..take care and happy crafting.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Opposite Twins

Hi Susan R here!




Sal has drawn lots of super images for September.
I have decided to use three of them on ATCs and this post shows you the second...


This image is 'Opposite Twins'.

I coloured it with Promarkers and cut it out, splitting the image in two to make two ATCs.
These have gone into my Autumnal/Spidery Mini Journal
 - for more details please take a look on my blog!







Find all Sal's images here




Hope to see your makes in the next challenge starting on the 20th!



Happy Crafting!!











Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Sad Clown with Flower in his Hat


I have made a project with Sad Clown with Flower in his Hat.
My project is a card and this is how I ended up.
I have coloured with Copic markers.
All but the Floral Oval dies is La-La Land dies.




DT - Ovedia Therese