Saturday, 21 March 2015

Purple Party Girl


Quick post from me before we go out to a party.  This is a Gelli Plate print using lace and burlap ribbon, and also a homemade mask of a Julie Nutting Mixed Media Doll stamp (flipped so that she's facing the opposite way - purely by accident!).  I used the other part of the mask so that I could fill the image with stamped text (STAMPlorations Hashtag Authentic) and added a sentiment (STAMPlorations Blossom Overture).

I added ringmarks with black acrylic paint, added a smudge of lime and black Neocolour II and some white pen and doodles and a strip of washi tape.

I'm adding this to Inkspirational - She Art,


and A Sprinkle of Imagination - Anything Goes (as long as you've used something available from the shop: in my case, Gelli Plate, Prima Mixed Media Art Doll).


15 comments:

  1. AH-MAZING, Shirley! Another work of art that has me zooming in for closeups of the fabulous details, colours and elements you've combined. The image of the woman, stamped with uplifting words...sheer brilliance! Thank you for sharing this She Art-inspired gem in the Ink gallery! Enjoy you party!
    Hugs~c

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  2. Excellent card, Shirley! Jo x

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  3. Fabulous! I must pull out my never used Gelli plate!!!!

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  4. You. Just you. <--- Inspiring. Can you just live in my house and teach me things?! Amazing card. Love the background, the words you've stamped in the doll, and the color combo.

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  5. Awesome mixed media She card Shirley. TFS all your details.

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  6. Soooooo cool Shirley! Totally in love with the pop of green paired with the purple! BTW, you can come and live at my house once you are finished staying with Becca. I won't my sharing you and your creativity!

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  7. I so love this, Shirley - I really wish that I could learn how to build up layers and colours the way you do! Great stamping in the mask and love the texture of the lace etc on the gelli. Loads of fab details make your card so fun and vibrant :)

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  8. Love this! This is a great example of She Art! Love the words inside the image of the woman and the mixed media look. Thanks for playing along with us over at Inkspirational! :-)

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  9. Absolutely fabulous! love the girl and the fantastic background!

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  10. Oh my ! How cool is this :)

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  11. Wow, Shirley ... I've just been sitting admiring all the amazing detail for the last age ... it's so cool ... and so fabulous! Anita :)

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  12. I love silhouette figures like this. Very pretty card. Thank you for entering into the challenge with ASOI.

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