Thursday, 13 June 2013

What's Your Poison?


Over at the PaperArsty blog France is back with her last project of the week, she's made a potions holder, see how she did it here.

I more or less followed what she did except I used a piece of wood instead of a canvas.  The GP background gives an amazing texture by using the brayer.

19 comments:

Lin said...

wow Sam that was quick and the shortest post in history lol!!! Love the colours and those bottles are so cute..love pieces that can be used for something..it's great :D

Sarah Dunkley said...

Looks Fab! x

Helen said...

Sam that is fabulous!

downrightcrafty said...

oh I was thinking drinks, but love how you have created this love the colour the texture and of course the little bottles and yes playing lots
Hugs Kate xx

Deborah said...

Wow Sam!

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

Wow, this is fantastic, Sam

Lucy Edmondson said...

This is great, Sam. Great texture with the brayer,

Lucy x

Pinksparklegirl said...

Brilliant piece, love the skull and its green!!

Marianne said...

Do you mind if I skip this round.... I just had a drink. But the holder is fantastic!!
xxx Marianne

Julie Ann Lee said...

Great colour and texture and a bit scarey too! A really fun creation Julie Ann xx

Carol Q said...

you did that fast Sam. isn't that texture great - love your skelly thingy!

chrissies said...

Great colours and texture and a scary feel to this piece

Love Chrissie xx

Michelle Webb said...

Wow that's a fab replica of Frances make. Oi you, your tag took me all day because I was trying to get it done in between all the other makes. Lots of people wanted to see the Crackle Glaze, and the Grunge Paste technique and I had to keep putting your tag to one side. Well I hope you treasure it. :) Michelle x

hazel said...

Absolutely fabulous Sam.
xxx Hazel.

france papillon said...

oooh those potions look dangerous! lolll well done, you!
thanks for playing along :)

xx
france

butterfly said...

Very cool... the texture just from the brayer is amazing!
Alison x

Sarah B said...

definitely going to have to get my brayer out - looks great xx

Sarah B said...

definitely going to have to get my brayer out - looks great xx

Craftyfield said...

Very cool ! Love the texture from the brayer.

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