Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Tag Tuesday Challenge- Christmas Leftovers!

Louise's Challenge this week is to use something left over from your Holiday celebration. I used scraps of some tissue paper that came in a present. Whimsy is a store here in Park City. T
heir name and the fleur de lis are on the tissue paper - I had kept it thinking I would use it in a collage. The background is stamped and distressed and the tissue paper is ripped and glued randomly. The square face is stamped on a piece of wood chipboard, colored the eyes and lips and covered with beeswax. I dripped blue crayon on the sides and melted them further to blend it in.There is a square of tea stained lace under the face.  The clothespin has a piece of ripped cardboard under it with paint and dripped crayon on it. 2 orange round rhinestones and a punched fleur de lis complete the tag!

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Tag Tuesday Challenge - Silver or Gold!

I started to make this tag to adhere to a card and realized a little gold here and there and it would "qualify" for Louise's challenge. I just bought this lovely tacky tinsel today - I trimmed it down a bit. Here it is:

Sunday, December 19, 2010

New Mounting!

I decided to mount these 2 5X5 hardboard, covered with beeswax on 6X6 canvases, painted in Titan Buff, and backed with cardboard. I am loving cardboard for everything. What a great stamp it makes too!
I thought these 2 creations lent themselves well to the cardboard.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Tag Tuesday Challenge is Back!

Louise's Challenge this week is to use the colors of brown, yellow and green on a Christmas Tag. Here is my entry, Hope you enjoy. The stamp is Inkadinkadoo, available in Michaels now in a nice clear stamp set.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Abstract Beeswax Creations!

I created 2 abstract 5X5 Hardboard with beeswax. The creation is a combination of my handpainted paper, bleeding tissue paper and other handmade papers. I did use sewing pattern paper on the purple on.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

More Beeswax Fun!

I have been playing around alot with beeswax. Not always an easy medium to manipulate.
Here are 2 5X5's on clayboard by Ampersand.
The woman with her head in her hands has green crayon melted in the beeswax which gives it that Wicked Witch of the West look!.

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