Friday, 20 March 2009

Inspired by Jo Capper-Sandon

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I just didn't know what to do this afternoon, craft wise, so turned once again to this month's Craft Stamper magazine and had another go at Jo's masking technique.

I wrapped raffia around a piece of mount board and using a mister with ink, water, and copper Cosmic powder in it, I sprayed the board.

Let it dry and then I sprayed again.


I just can't capture the gorgeous copper shimmer. The first photo I took outdoors and the one above I took indoors with a flash light.


This is another one I did - same stamp - but a slightly darker ink - you can see the copper splashes better on this one I think.


I might turn these into a notebook.

I am entering this into the Lots to do challenge the theme of which is 'masking'

9 comments:

Ang C said...

its gorgeous!!!

sam21ski said...

Fantastic Lottie, just love those colours

Thank you so much for supporting us and joining in with this weeks lotstodo challenge - Sam xxxx

crafty creations said...

Stunning - gorgeous colours and love the way you've masked it Lottie

Thanks so much for joining the Lotstodo Challenge this week

xx Hilda

Angelnorth said...

These look fab, the earthy colours are gorgeous and I'm imagining the coppery shimmer for you!

June said...

Thats an incredible result and looks so beautiful
Hugs June xxx

craftytrog said...

They're brilliant Lottie! There's an award for you on my blog!

Flippinpest said...

You have got this technique off to a tee Lottie,brilliant work :-)

alcoholinky said...

beautiful. turned out really well.

LazyKay said...

Stunning, you put so much into each piece, makes them a treasure.

xxxxxxx