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Sunday, 5 August 2012

'Let the sun shine with the sunny flowers' (by Miranda)

Hi there,

Here is my first creation with the 'Sunny flowers' sheet of Chocolate Baroque. Those flowers and leaves are really smashing , aren't they?


I've used the Tim Holtz doily die and embossed the flowers with WOW brass emboss.powder and coloured with waterbased markers. I've made an inlay with Basic Grey paper, stamped and masked it with the sunny flowers and coloured with the Derwent pencils, still my favorite colour pencil. I have some other brands like Polychromos and Prisma Colours and Bruijnzeel but still keep reaching out for my Derwent Soft colours next to the former Karisma's. I think they are softer, richer......and better with blending and creating layers
here from some different angles.....


And here a creation which I did not finished yet......but just showing you the results of my play with these great stamps, some crafters too templates......and distress inks


Sunny Flowers Chocolate Baroque

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful work
    Happy craftin
    Rebecca

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  2. Gorgeous colours & so sunny - need this midst the torrential downpours we're having in the Brecon Beacons. Husband remarked it's the coldest summer he can remember.
    Paula (PEP)

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  3. Beautiful and so bright and sunny

    Jackie

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  4. both pieces are super sunny and fabulous. love them x thanks for sharing more inspiration with these x I love using them too x

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  5. Love those sunny flowers :-)

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  6. Miranda this is a work of art, I adore this beauty the colours are amazing, soft, succulent and very inspiring.

    Marie

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