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Thursday, 8 March 2012

A colour challenge at Rainbow Lady's Challenge Blog

Hi there,  its time for a new challenge at Rainbow Lady's Challenge Blog and this week our theme is to use 'Red Brown and Cream' although I've cheated a little bit and added some green leaves to my project 


I've used my favourite Poppy paint fusion stamps from Sheena Douglass and some scalloped Decor Plates from CaroLine's Rubber stamps, they are perfect for paint fusion as they are a really good weight and take the layers of paint beautifully.

I began by creating a crackle background with a layer of brown emulsion paint, once that I was dry I slapped on some watered down pva glue and a layer of cream emulsion. Once that was dry I stamped on my poppies and painted them with acrylic paint. Next came the daisies which I painted with grey and cream acrylic paint instead of my usual pale blue and white. I added the centres to the flowers and then decided to add  a few leaves at it looked a little bare. I gave the small scalloped frame (also from CaroLine's) the same background treatment and then dry brushed gold acrylic paint around the edges of the painting. The sentiment is from the new Artistic Expressions themeplate from Chocolate Baroque, stamped with versamark and embossed with gold EP.

I'm entering this project in the following challenges:

If you get chance pop over and check out my teamies projects, they are stunning as always :-)
Thanks for visiting today
hugs
Claire xx


14 comments:

  1. This is fab, you have done so well with the paint fusion. Lovely project. Great colours .
    Hugs Elaine

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  2. This is just gorgeous Claire, I love the poppy's and colouring...beautiful frame card,
    Stunning..

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  3. Oh I love those poppies! What a cheerful and beautiful creation! Thanks a bunch for joining in my 2 year blogaversary and sharing my candy! Have a great day!

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  4. Fantastic project, the poppies are beautiful.
    Yvonne x

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  5. Love those gorgeous poppies Claire, a beautiful project.
    I've not tried paint fushion yet, I've so many other things to do.

    Sue x

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  6. Great Claire..I love the Decor plate!!!

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  7. What a clever creation, Gorgeous poppies. Thanks so much for joining in at Stamptacular Sunday this week
    Hugs Julie P

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  8. wow this is just stunning!!! Hugs Juls

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  9. OMG Clarie - this is just fabulous - the poppies and your paint fusion is just amazing.

    Take care.

    Hazel x

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  10. Great card! Thanks for joining us at stamptacular sunday and I wish you luck on the challenge. Hope we see you soon again at stamptacular.

    Hugs,
    Heleen

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  11. Claire, I have been nominated for The Versatile crafter award and I would like to nominate you for the award.
    You do not have to accept as this acceptance has some rules attached.
    However if you would like to accept I will be putting up your name on my blog :
    http://wheelerscraftiness.blogspot.com/
    Hugs Elaine

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  12. Oh, wow. So many layers ... so much PATIENCE! My need for instant gratification would not allow me to make this. :) It's beautiful!

    Thanks for joining us at Shopping Our Stash!

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  13. Wow. I sure don't have the patience for this. How beautiful!

    Thanks for joining us at Shopping Our Stash!

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