Wednesday, 19 June 2013

WOYWW?


Hello Everyone it's fabulous Wednesday again and we are  snooping
around every ones desk around the world, if you want to grab a cuppa
and join the journey, wonderful Julia is hosting the snoop party at her blog stamping-ground.blogspot.ca


Well I'm inking again shesh..
I have tried two different technique on my wooden box but it wasn't
working, so I have to cover it with some paper and I had nothing
in my paper stash so an inking I go...
The first pic is the water soaked paper after I dropped the ink on it
The second is with film wrap on top all scrunched up.

This is another page.

This page I put some blue ink then used some water colour paint (from
the project that didn't work on the box:).) green and yellow,
I used a feather to add the sepia ink..

The first 2 pics are, one the page on my desk  then when I moved it and the colours
blended a bit more, in the moving process.
The bottom to are of paper towels I used cleaning everything up and hanging
them to dry, sadly I hate to waste anything, I use it all somewhere LOL, I do.
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful creative day..
NAMASTE!!!
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28 comments:

Sandy said...

I love the techniques you have shared here. I am yet to try the scrunched up film wrap, think it will be on my agenda to try that one this week. TFS.. They are both just lovely, wonderful colours.
Happy WOYWW
Sandy :) #59

Anonymous said...

what a lovely technique and colours you are very talented and use your imagination in blending

Winnie said...

Such pretty pieces! I love the vibrant colors. I have not seen that Ecoline ink before and love how it looks. The film wrap gave that one paper such great texture! Enjoy the week! Winnie #93

Jacqueline said...

I love those papers! Especially the scrunched up film wrap one! I've tried that before and didn't get as good results but boy was it fun playing.

Thanks for sharing, Happy WOYWW

Jackie x

Jackie said...

Love what you have achieved here on these sheets
Jackie30

Julie Ann Lee said...

Lovely work again, Dianne! You are an inspiration to everyone when it comes not only to wonderful art work but to cutting down waste totally! What a wonderful magpie you are! xxx Julie Ann #68

Redanne said...

Oh what beautiful backgrounds Dianne, they are gorgeous. Love that cling wrap technique too. It's good that you don't waste a thing! Happy WOYWW, Anne x #51

Mary J said...

Oh wow, what fantastic effects yu've created Dianne!

Kate said...

What lovely bright colors and patterns! I love it!

Lisa-Jane said...

I love that crumpled film page! It looks like broken glass but so pretty!

Ali H said...

Amazing effects from that technique - great to see what you have been up to ! Ali x #36

Katie D said...

Pretty! Love the colors :)

Katie 126

Darnell J Knauss said...

Dianne, this is such a wonderful post to show us how stunning handmade paper can be by just letting go and letting the ink do its thing! Awesome!!

Have a wonderful week! And thanks so much for coming by to visit and leaving me a comment so I knew you came by! Darnell #20

butterfly said...

Wow - how cool the paper looks - and then even more so with the film wrap on top - fab!
Alison x

earthenmagic said...

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Patty Sue 2 said...

This is beautiful...I would frame it and hang it on my walls. Love the colors...I really want to come to your house and play...where is that zapper that lets me travel instantly? LOL...thanks for sharing your lovely work!

tuesday afternoon said...

Wow, this looks like fun, such great colouring too.
Sue

Alison Wade said...

Happy Belated WOYWW. Great ink work. Love it with the cling film. Ali x #78

Alison Wade said...

Happy Belated WOYWW. Great ink work. Love it with the cling film. Ali x #78

Terry said...

Those are some gorgeous inky papers! Love the veining you created with the feather and sepia ink! Gorgeousness!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Love these colors....one of my fav tech's is scrunching.

Julia Dunnit said...

Good grief, I thought at first that the cling film covered paper was some awesome cracked glass technique you'd discovered! Marvellous selection of colours you've used..hanging them to dry must make you happy when you see them!

Sue Lelli said...

OMGosh, Dianne! Not only are the papers you painted GORGEOUS but those paper towels are a work of art too! WOW!

Shelby said...

This is soooo cool and just love the colors you've played with!!

Shelby

Jenn Bedient said...

Fabulous! These are so pretty. I always love your inking projects!

Diane said...

Lovely colors, so pretty...love reading your techniques, and like you I save everything, my poor kids when the day comes they have to go thru "my stuff"....they won't know what most of it is...LOL!!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Oh, Dianne... these are soooo pretty. Love the film wrap on top of the second one. Neat textures!

Kelly Griglione said...

Ah-ha, I found it! Your paper AND the paper towel. Wow, the plastic wrap really adds a whole other dimension to your paper. So neat to see all of the ones you worked on. Love that you use everything. I'm a huge thrifter too, always have been.