Sunday, 28 July 2019
Sunday, 21 July 2019
tape transfers using the gel plate and knew I needed to try that. Colours are layered onto the plate and each layer is left to dry, then stamps, stencils, acrylic paint pens etc. are used to add patterns.
I stuck mine onto music pages and book pages and was so pleased with how they turned out. I did find that iridescent paint was not the best for the layers as it took a while to dry and then came off the plate before I wanted it to. Also, I stamped one set in dye ink, which didn't work as well as stamping with acrylic paint.
Saturday, 13 July 2019
Although the poppies and peonies in the garden are now just a memory, I did remember to take a few photos. I don't think they particularly enjoyed the rain we had in June, but I did manage to get some images before they were too battered. Above is a pink poppy which I can't remember the name of - I will check to see if I wrote it down.
I don't remember seeing the red blotches at the base of the petals on this white poppy (Checkers) before - I thought they were black.
Thursday, 4 July 2019
I used a spiral stamp to create the backgrounds above and you can see the effect adding water had. I used watercolour card for that.