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mercredi 17 novembre 2010

live the life you've imagined

English text under french one.

Et voilà ce que je veux faire depuis lundi!
Pour le Compendium of Curiosity Challenge # 22, il faut utiliser la technique du 'alcohol ink splatter' p 52.
Je l'ai appliquée sur un cardstock glossy. Ensuite j'ai frotté un rectangle au centre à l'aide d'un marqueur rechargeable pour encre à alcool rempli de blending solution, avant de tamponner.
Les coins sont faits en fimo noir tamponnés, puis j'y ai mis du perfect pearl heirbloom gold avant de les cuire. Je n'ai rien inventé, c'est une technique de RachO113 trouvé sur youtube! J'adore ce qu'elle fait!
Le tout est monté sur un canvas passé au dabber noir, espresso, or et bronze. Perso j'adore le résultat.
Du coup, je présente cette réa pour le challenge Simon Says Stamp and Show. On y demande de scrapper ce qui nous rend heureux. Pour moi, c'est de découvrir de nouvelles techniques et de les mélanger à d'autres.  Voili voilou!
Vous êtes toujours là? Faut vraiment que je vous montre une photo alors!

And this is what i had in mind since monday!
For the Compendium of Curiosity Challenge #22, we have to use the 'alcohol ink splatter' technique from p 52.
I applied it on a glossy cardstock. Then i rubbed a rectangle in the center with a refillable pen filled with blending solution before stamping on it.
The angles are made of black polymer clay that i stamped and i than applied perfect pearl before baking them. I didn't invent anything, it's a technique by RachO113 found on youtube! I just love what she does!
Everything is assembled an a canvas on which i applied black, espresso, gold and bronze dabber.
Personnaly i love the result. So, i submitted this project for the Simon Says Stamp and Show challenge. We are asked to scrap whatever makes us happy. For me it's to discover new techniques and mix them to others. There it is!
Still here? Than i definitely have to show you a picture!


Merci pour vos encouragements! C'est ainsi que je prends vos coms sur mon byptique canvas  :)  biz

Thanks for your encouragements! That's what your coms on the canvas byptique mean to me  :)   hug

21 commentaires:

  1. Pu........... suis sur le c............. Magnifique....

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  2. that is so cool looking.
    ( ATT member)

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  3. This is just beautiful! your background is gorgeous and I love your polymer clay corner pieces.

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  4. Beautiful piece, the corners are super

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  5. This is absolutely fabulous, France! Makes me want to break out my High School French et dit, "Ma Chere, c'est merveilleux!!!" or something like that! Ha! Ha! Love it!

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  6. This is really beautiful, well done! Hugs, Valerie-Jael

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  7. Vraiment très original et beau. De plus tu nous explique ta techniquepour les coins. Je vais certainement essayer la technique du tamponnage dans la pâte fimo! merci!

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  8. What an incredibly gorgeous canvas, France! You did the CCC technique perfectly, and I LOVE how you incorporated into the lovely work of art! The polymer clay corners are absolutely inspired!

    It's such a joy to see you again this week!

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  9. I can see why you love that polymer clay technique! It looks marvelous against the CCC technique :)

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  10. This is just so cool! Love what you achieved with this challenge!

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  11. Hello Francoise,

    nice work.I especially like the polymer clay you added with the stamped image in it.

    I like to use polymerclay for the covers of my handsewed books, but I didn't know you could color the clay with perfect pearls before baking.

    Did you add the powder itself with or without an adhesive or did you paint with perfect pearls mixed with water ?

    greetings from Belgium ( Waarschoot, near Ghent)
    Inge

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  12. Hey Inge!

    Thanks for your nice words! For the polymer clay: make it in the shape you want it to be, apply the perfect pearl with the big brush and stamp. Do not touch it as long as it isn't baked as the perfect pearl isn't fixed. Hope this helps!

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  13. Wonderful piece the texture of the clay corners are fabulous and the alcohol technique is so effective!
    The Design Team & I are really impressed & pleased that you joined us for the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge,
    Thank you!
    HuGs Kim :)

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  14. J'adore le resultat! J'en suis aux essais fimo aussi, je commence à devenir accro au mixed media, j'adore les techniques qu'ils utilisent.

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  15. Its beautiful! I love the polymer clay - I will have to try it :)

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Merci pour vos petits mots qui sont pour moi de vrais encouragements! :)
Thanks for your kind words, they're a real encouragement to me! :)