“Clearly Clever” Frame!

This Thursday, it’s all about… being Clearly Clever – sponsored by Clevercut.co.uk! Now DH and DD brought me some frames back from market with them at the weekend and I decided to alter one of them using my alcohol inks and the beautiful Oak, Ash, Thorn stamp from Third Coast RS. Here’s the result:

I stamped the image onto the glass with black Stazon and left it to dry. I then used alcohol inks straight onto the chrome frame – red pepper, butterscotch, cranberry and a little sage. I would’ve used the mixatives but I haven’t got any yet!. The pic doesn’t do this justice, it’s gorgeously mottled in RL. The background was run through the cuttlebug script folder and then enhanced using metallic rubons. I did use a tiny touch of white sakura gellyroll pen on the back of the glass to her eyes and mouth. This is one of the most beautiful images I own – I think she’s completely dreamy!

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  1. susiebwell

     /  July 3, 2008

    Rosie its wonderful,love it!
    Thanks for all your support!

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  2. WOOOOOOOOOOOWWW this is absolutely beautiful!
    I love the colour purple!
    So gorgeous!
    xxx

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  3. Love this!!! You are so creative and versatile. I don’t look at your blog for a couple of days and come back and am blown away. So much to see, all of it delightful eye candy. So glad you’re having creative fun.

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  4. Hi Rosie

    This is stunning. Another idea in my to do folder. I have just put aside a frame for altering. Funnily enough almost the same frame. Hope mine loooks half as stunning as yours, (well I wouldnt mind if it looked as stunning as yours either LOL)
    Thanks for your support , we must chat sometime . Hope things with dd are working out
    hugs
    Tracey

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  5. Just checked my commnets and have recieved my telling off for the week. Thanks for caring Rosie you will be pleased to hear that I am having the afternoon off to visit my daughter and grandson.
    Hugs again
    Tracey

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  6. Susie – you’re very welcome!!

    Ruby – halloooooo chook! 🙂 Hugz

    Carol – thank you… and I owe a lot of it to you, my friend. You always inspire me to push that envelope and have fun with it! 🙂

    Tracey – I’m sure your frame will be outstanding mate! I’m not very good with the alcohol inks, frankly, but they are handy when you want a ‘quick’ result – even if my hands are still butterscotch! *sighs* 🙂
    And I hope you enjoy your ‘quiet time’ with family!

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  7. barnie

     /  July 4, 2008

    How fantastic, wonderful collage and image.

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  8. Rosie, that is truly beautiful 🙂

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  9. Stuning piece of work Rosie – what a brilliant idea too!

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  10. WOAH!!! Top of the class!!!!! This is just absolutely STUNNING!!! Wow Rosie you clever so-and-so – I Love this to bits!!! Very, very clever! xx

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  11. oh – now i love that image 🙂

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  12. Rosie, the altered frame is gorgeous! I rarely use the blender because I love the mottled look you get without it! So I personally just save the blender for mixing the colors. I agree 100% That is one of the most gorgeous images, ever! Those eye!! And the veins in the leave! Gorgeous! Made even more beautiful by your superb talents!

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  13. carolann

     /  July 6, 2008

    Wow Rosie this is brilliant I love it hun the image is beautiful (clapping) xxx

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  14. kreativgeschwafel

     /  July 6, 2008

    that’s really looking wonderful!

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  15. magickdiva

     /  July 8, 2008

    Gorgeous Rosie – love your take on the clearly clever – and I’m lucky enough to own a fabulous card with this image on made by Rosie! Thanks for joining in with This Thursday again .

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  16. I agree! This image is stunning! I just love my alcohol inks and I’ll have to try them on a metal frame!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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