Sunday, 29 December 2013

Paperartsy Inspiration - India

Hi all, got to be mega quick lol as I over slept this morning and I need to blog two creations for the Paperartsy Inspiration Challenge and this weeks designer is Jo Myhill who is totally amazing and all her creations have such depth and texture.
Now I have to admit I am not sure if I like this, I tried the tissue paper technique but I reckon I ended up using the wrong tissue as it wouldn't tear, I used some that had a cup wrapped for Christmas as it seemed tougher, hmmmmm if I thought about it logically I should have known that tougher means no ripping lol lol.
Today I used some stamps that haven't been inked yet, all by Paperartsy and details at the end of the post.








Right I shall be off as I have another post to finish eeeeeeek.  I shall pop back after with all the details which will show below in about 10 mins lol lol.  Didn't realise I used so many products, you should see the state of my desk lol lol.
Happy Crafting :-)
Hugs Kezzy xxxxx

Recipe
Paperartsy Grunge Paste
Paperartsy Fresco Paints - London Bus, Claret, Blood Orange, Old Gold, Snowflake
Paperartsy Fresco Glaze - Satin Glaze
Paperartsy Crunchy wax paper
Paperartsy Stamps - Asian 2 (ASI2)
Treasure Gold - Ruby
Treasure Brass
Tissue Paper
Sheena Douglas Embossing Folder - Heavy Swirls
Cosmic Shimmer UTEE - Lava Black
Cosmic Shimmer Detail embossing powder - Gold
Versamark
Archival jet black
Special Touch Mask - Peacock
Prima Finnabair - Charm
Crafty Notions - Mica

7 comments:

Helen said...

I reckon both your makes look just fab - you have got loads of texture here! good luck in the draw!

Jo said...

Wow, love the layering you've got on this and the gold embossing on the central I gave is lush, loads of texture. Jo xx

Darcy UK said...

wow this is awesome, so many layers and bits of texture. I use the thicker tissue paper/packing paper for all sorts of things. I prefer it.

ionabunny said...

As long as the tissue soaks water it will work to tear. I had some that seemed to have a glossy coating. That don't work. Nice to see someone else using the Asian 2 set. They are growing on me. Love all your embossing

rachel said...

wonderful texture Kerry - really lovely xx

butterfly said...

More of you at your best - with rich colours and amazing textures - wow!
Alison x

Julie Ann Lee said...

Another terrific piece of work, Kezzy! I am visiting backwards! Lol! Typical, topsy turvy me with my dreadful sequencing skills! Anyway, late and the wrong way round (me not you!) - this is still amazing. I love all the layers: fabulous! Julie Ann xx