Using Words

That’s this week’s challenge from TGIF – and Glenda has created a really inspirational Layout as guest host. I’m sharing another Layer painting project with you, inspired in part by Ria’s Toadstools stamp sheet and an idea I had of fairies emerging from a forest and dancing round in swirling circles. They’re there, but not quite… you can see them but only if you believe? The “How I wish” was added because I too, would love to be able to fly in circles, in and out of the light, play tag all day in the forest – wouldn’t you?

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Here’s a closer look at the deatils. The tiny dots you can see are transparent microbeads which shimmer when the light hits them!

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I even put drip lines in!! The surface is an old wooden bread/pizza board, about 9″ or 10″ in diameter. Painting on wood is just as challenging as painting on canvas, but it’s something I seem to have quite a lot of, so I get to practise for very little outlay… such a bonus!

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I am so glad I took the Layer Love class and I’m definitely signing up for Julie’s September Journalling class. I think there will be quite a few handmade journals among my Christmas presents this year! 😉

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16 Comments

  1. Sandy

     /  July 24, 2009

    OMG I´ve missed my words.
    This is stunning. Absolutely stunning work. Love them.

    Thanks Rosie for your words to TGiF.

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  2. Fabulous piece, Rosie. Love the colours!

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  3. very fun piece!

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  4. Whow…your card/artwork is gorgeous!!!

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  5. fabulous piece!

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  6. WOW fantastic, so full of power

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  7. What a fantastic image!!!

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  8. Rosie, what a work of art! I have some of those microbeads and didn’t know what to do with them. Now I know. I love your colors, too. And thanks for cluing me in on what LO meant! Layout.

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  9. Stunning artwork, Rosie.

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  10. This is a totally stunning piece of art … I love every millimeter of it!

    I also enjoyed reading your post above it about looking back … I am sooooooooo glad I am not alone … I just wish my art had progressed as much as yours … fabulous blogging … Thank you for sharing!

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  11. This is incredible and gorgeous! The colors are fantastic. And the magical fairies was a great idea. I like everything about this.

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  12. Amy

     /  July 25, 2009

    So very COOL..I love the hidden fairy and the blue is the BEST!!! Great art you have made.

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  13. artefaktotum

     /  July 25, 2009

    I love the brilliant bright color combination so much, blue turquoise are my favorite colors! Great art work.
    Hugs Anja

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  14. Your take on the challenge is great!

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  15. Glenda Tkalac

     /  July 26, 2009

    The colors are so beautiful, what a great creation!

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  16. OMG I believe! Beautiful colours and a wonderful creation.

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