Friday, December 17, 2010

bloggers challenge 182 Dec Sketch


Good Morning and Happy Friday....I have been trying to find time to do some of the new TJ techniques and can't wait til next week no home schooling, it's play time!!

The three small flowers are from the latest Technique Junkies Newsletter! What fun to make. I love to melt things...just ask my DH we haven't a spatula that is not melted somewhere either the end or the handle!! I have reshaped bowls,and every plastic utensils in our house, so this was right up my alley!!!

I used another TJ tech on the flowers before melting. It is called Alcohol Splash but instead of glossy paper I used acetate.

The large flower were some I had in my stash and I used two pop dots one on top of the other between layers.

Well hope you all enjoy and this was also a great sketch, thanks Lisa. Look forward as always to see what everyone else does!

13 comments:

GCgirl said...

The flowers are so cool...probably much prettier than the melted spatulas ;-)!

Lisa Somerville said...

Beautiful Judy - love those acetate flowers!

BarbaraW said...

Very pretty. What a great interpretaion of this week's challenge

Linda Monroe said...

Wow, that gold paper really shimmers. Nice take on the sketch.

Ida said...

What a pretty grouping of flowers. So glad you tried this techinque and shared it with us.

Terry said...

July I love your flowers! I bought a melting pot and have not melted a thing!!! You have so inspired me to go melt something

Shelly Schmidt said...

What a great card- the flowers are beautiful. Fun technique! LOL I hope all you melted were the flowers!

Juliet A said...

This is stunning! I love your flowers!

Nikki Bond said...

Your flowers are stunning!...Gorgeous card. {sMILES}

Lisa Bohler said...

What a gorgeous grouping of flowers! Wonderfully done with the technique!

Basement Stamper said...

Love the flowers on this card!

Lori said...

Beautiful! Love how you used all those flowers for the sketch's circle elements.

Kimberly Gajewski said...

Very pretty Judy! Looks like a great melting technique! Sounds like your spatulas look like mine...lol! :D

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