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Wednesday, 30 January 2013

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Art Journalling backgrounds, from class with Neil Walker.


masking tape and ink

embossed fragments and paint


extreme texturing with tissue paper


This image below, doesn't want to stay turned the right way! Don't you just hate when that happens

More embossed fragments, inks and a little wipe back.
A big thank to my crafting buddy Francesca and all who lent me a hand, I needed a spare as you can see from photo below. Purple plaster they come in some good colours these days.




11 comments:

Carol Q said...

love your pages Karin. amazing what you can do one handed!

Crafting Queen said...

Wonderful pages, great colours and textures. Sorry you have a poorly hand.

Nelle said...

The pictures are so full of colour and the the finished works are fab..
Save some of the plaster mesh it will make a good stencil.......
Regards,
Nelle xx #75

Francesca said...

We did have a good day on sunday and for working with one hand ..not bad. I see from plaster you did break the bone, poor you. Speak to you later. Love Francesca #130

scrappyjen said...

Great backgrounds on those pages. Poor hand - hope its better soon, jenx

Ria Gall said...

Wow some great pages so full of texture I am just loving them wish I could run my hand over them.
Love the purple plaster I hope it is not too painful
Ria #44

Gaby said...

WOW georgeous pages, love the colors and textures!
Hope your hand will be better soon.
hugs, Gaby #98

Queenie Jeannie said...

So sorry about your hand/arm!! Ouchie! Really cool backgrounds you've made.

Happy Crafting!
Jeannie #12

MaggieC said...

What rotten luck, breaking a bone. Hope you soon recover. Your pages are so luscious, especially that hot pink. Thank you for your visit and take care this week. xx Maggie #11

Kaz said...

this all looks great fun to do, especially love the fragments and the tissue textures.

also love the fancy cast lady!!! x

April Story said...

They do have great colors now. I really like your journal pages - very colorful. April #101

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