Sunday, November 21, 2010

CCC #22

Hard to believe that it is week number 22 for the Compendium of Curiosities Challenge, hosted by the lovely Linda on her blog, Studio L3.  This week the challenge was the alcohol ink splatter technique - SPLATTER??  Yes, splatter!  And splatter we did - especially when my dear hubby decided to get in on the fun; we had splatters of red and pink ink on our otherwise green countertop!  He got a little carried away blowing through the straw and its a darn good thing the blending solution was at hand to quickly get the splats off!  The result is a very bright background which makes the black ink stand out.  Fun, fun, fun!  I can hardly wait to see what next week (tomorrow actually) will bring!  Not sure if my kitchen will survive...Cheers!

10 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Rhonda! Have you tried using a child's spin n splash too? Lots of fun. Michael's has them reasonable at a coupon price in the kids section. Check out Hermine Koster's flikr spin n splash I think you'll like it.
    Merry Christmas, Chris

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  2. This is just beautiful! Wish my man would join in the fun!:)

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  3. Rhonda, this is gorgeous! Your splatter looks awesome, and the colors really do make for the perfect background with these stamps. Fun to make, and SUPER fun to admire!

    I love that your husband got in on the fun! I promise, I'll go easy on your kitchen for the next challenge!

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  4. Hi Rhonda

    Love it! The colours are fab, your king splatterer did a great job lol

    By the way, whats wrong with red and pink splattered worktops? lol

    Sarah x

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  5. Wow this is so bright and christmassy! great job with this, glad you had your husband join in the fun :)

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  6. Your splatter piece turned out beautiful! Love the colors and the black image does stand out so well! I did mine outside on a table lined with HD foil! Great fun for sure!

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  7. So pretty love the bright colors and the flourish around the edge adds that extra touch.
    Marilyn

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  8. Very festive!! Your splattering looks awesome! Sounds like you had a blast with this one! :)

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  9. ohhh Rhonda this came out so pretty! Love your splatter, bet it even looked good on the counters LOL

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