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Saturday, 25 May 2013

"Freedom!"

Yes I have been missing in action again...sorry...been playing :D 
Glycerine added a free mini class to One Little House Ning group where she made a 3D canvas...and I thought this a perfect project for Manon's Paper Saturdays challenge :D

"Freedom"

a simple combination of texture stamps, kitchen/toilet paper and water...

and a soft brush to press with...
and a couple of items to make casts from :D
(I also used a few CD cases with little stamps in to see what happened) Love how they turned out!!!
Then it was just a case of building up layers as usual...
and I added a thin coat of gesso before adding colour with acrylic paint.
I picked out some detail with a black permanent marker...
Funky side shot to show depth of the piece....all made with toilet paper lol
And as I am well behind I blogland as I have been making stuff to sell at a craft fayre later in the year, it is my Piece a Week entry too :D
Enjoy :D XXX
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14 comments:

  1. your lovely duck catch my eye and so wonderful als always the single steps you take :) she looks so serene ♥...thank you for showing it and I think I have to check out Glyzerines class! ♥ Conny
    http://piaromsartjournaling.blogspot.de

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  2. This is fantastic and now I want to go over on this rare sunny day to see more about this. Gina you out did yourself yet again love it. ManonXx

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  3. Gorgeous piece, love what you have made. Must buy some more loo rolls and try it! Valerie

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  4. Such a lot of patience and a lot of work, but what a fantastic result. You have made such a good textured background for that lovely duck and the leaves and flowers are really pretty.
    It's strange, but I can see a little elf's face just above the top flower on the left - did you put him there or is he a case of serendipity?
    Good luck with the craft fair and may you have lots of sales.

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    1. Actually I didn't notice that little sprite at all Jez...but when I posted it on FB it wanted me to tag it lol

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  5. Wow! That is so cool! How fun. I can't wait to see what else you do with the other ones!

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  6. Whoa I never knew it was possible to do that with such simple ingredients! Amazing what you did with that kitchen paper. Something to try here at home with the kids.

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  7. Gina, I have missed you! This is so cool! I would have never thought of this being created with toilet paper! Fantastic! I wish I lived closer to go to your craft fair! I would buy some of your art! Take Care ;o)

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  8. Way to cool. You always do the neatest things. xo donna

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  9. Your imagination has no boundaries, Gina!! AMZAZING!!

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  10. Now I can say that your art pops out of the canvas, and mean it in more than one way. Awesome, Gina ;-)

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  11. Great stuff Gina, so inventive and I always love layers of texture. How exciting you are working so hard towards a craft fair, I hope to see more of your creations as it gets closer (assuming it's not being held anywhere nearby??) have a productive week :)

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  12. As always you made the most awesome art Gina
    Love also this work of you ...
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