Thursday, July 1, 2010

A Compendium of Curiosities Week 3

This week's challenge for Compendium of Curiosities is 'Monoprint.'  I used Stream, Wild Plum, Currant and Cranberry Alcohol Inks,  a drop of gold mixative and blending solution resulted in this very bright background!  Once I recovered from the shock...I chose some TH stamps and this is my result!  I am so glad that Linda Ledbetter has decided to host this challenge, I am learning techniques and different ways to use some of my supplies.  It is not too late to join in - visit Linda's blog, Studio L3 and see all of the wonderful entries for inspiration.  Thanks for looking - Cheers!

13 comments:

  1. Lovely colour combo! That umbrella man is definitely one of my favourite Tim Holtz stamps and I just love that baroque die.

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  2. Rhonda, it's gorgeous! I love those stamps (they're my favorite from Tim's entire collection!), and your monoprinting looks spectacular! This looks so cool on the diecut, too. :-)

    I'm so glad you came back for another Compendium Challenge, and I'll look forward to admiring more of your art next week.

    Hugs,
    Linda

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  3. Wow Rhonda, what fab colours, love it. Annette x

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  4. It's absolutely fantastic!! I love the colour combinations and the stamp too of course.

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  5. What an amzing background. I love the way your inks have mixed together and you've used my favourite stamp with that man and his umbrella. I must get my hands on it.
    I just love this Rhonda.
    Hugs Lisax

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  6. ooh! I love this Rhonda! Great shape too! x

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  7. The gold makes it look so magical....wonderful colours....and I must get hold of that stamp as well!!

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  8. Gorgeous love it beautiful colours and stamps

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  9. Great art beautiful colours and my fav stamp the man and umbrella I use it a lot!

    Maggie

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  10. Hi Rhonda! Wow that is FAB-U-LOUS! so colorful I love it and your choice of stamps too.

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  11. Wow, that's a lovely background, the stamps look perfect on it. x

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  12. Awesome inking ... looks very much like stained glass!

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