Monday, 31 December 2012

Last Post of 2012



Dina Wakley has a new book coming out soon, Art Journal Freedom, and as I was researching it I found a free download called Silhouetting with Spray Ink, so I had a play.  They are actually supposed to be journal pages, but as I don't do journalling I figured they'd be okay on pieces of card.



You are supposed to write on them, ie, add your journalling, so I used a script stamp instead.

Simon says Stamp and show are having an anything goes week, and anything definitely goes here!!!

8 comments:

Marianne said...

Very different... but I like it. I'm gonna take a look at your link! Thanks for sharing.
Hope Fraz isn't fightened tonight... our Mylo and his girlfriend Nora are. So we stay in and make a lot of noice toight :-)
Hugs,
Marianne

Deborah said...

Thanks for another fab link, Sam. I love your interpretations.

Paula Whittaker said...

nice pieces...they would look good mounted on to coloured cardstock and made into a card.

sam21ski said...

Great idea Paula but they are way too big, the bottom one is approx 8" x 10"!!

I literally just grabbed a piece of card and played around!!

Sam xxx

Gez said...

Beautiful Sam ♥♥
Thanks for sharing your wonderful creations throughout the year. I am so happy to visit your blog. Glad I found you!!
Wishing you the VERY BEST for 2013 and lots of happy crafting, hugs Gez xxx

Astrid Maclean said...

Gorgeous makes! Off to check out the link and happy new year to you!!

hazel said...

Happy New Year Sam.
These are fabulous - off to check out the link.
xxx Hazel.

soapHOUSEmama said...

This is really gorgeous! LOVE the artistic play. Thanks so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show this week :) - Ashli

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