Artygirlz challenge #24

Julie  and Crissi have chosen “Spring” as this week’s theme. Here’s some coaster art from me:


I painted 4 coasters with green acrylic paint. Once dry, I sponged yellow acrylic paint through punchinella. I then used my cropadile to make matching holes in the coasters. I used coordinating yellow chipboard flowers and their surrounds, pressed yellow daisies and yellow rubons to embellish each coaster, before lacing them together with soft leather thonging (from an old belt). The 2 black corner accents are stickers I bought in a sale at Artymiss.

I really like this piece and had no idea it would look so pretty when I started it!!

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  1. wow this is gorgeous – love it :-)x

  2. Sandy

     /  March 5, 2008

    Wow Rosie this is a wonderful project.
    Its spring feeling. Love it. Wie immer 😀

  3. Wow this is fab Rosie, great colours perfect for a spring theme

  4. Fab coaster art, great colours.

  5. It is bursting with colour – lovely idea

  6. this is beautiful. What a wonderful idea to use for the coasters. I love the colors! It is so bright and happy 🙂

  7. I love the colours in this Rosie they just pop great work.

    Thanks for joining in with the Arty Girlz challenge.

    crissi xx

  8. Faye

     /  March 5, 2008

    Wow! What a work of art! I love the bright colors.

  9. This is fab!!! The colours definitely make me feel like spring is just round the corner!
    xx :0)

  10. love it! I love green and orange together. Very fun

  11. Wow! This just screams, “Spring”! I love this! Who could be anything but happy looking at this!

  12. Wowza! This is amazing!!! Love it!


    ~Hugs, Deb


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