So many challenges, so little time! I love Williams-Sonoma so finding inspiration was easy. I was caught by the way that this beverage ware looks - filled!: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/monogrammed-duraclear-outdoor-stemless-red-wine-glass/?pkey=coutdoor-tabletop&cm_src=outdoor-tabletop||NoFacet-_-NoFacet-_--_-
I thought this image would lend itself to Lydia's glazing challenge, so after it was colored with Copics and Pastel Pencils I rubbed MicroGlaze over the fruit and the leaf that hangs over the right peach. See how much more intense the color became? All of the other leaves were colored with the same combination of markers and pencils, but the glaze just made that leaf stand out! Added some Sepia Accents and white gel pen touches. Cut, sponged and matted the image, debossed the DP and added the bow, pearls & sentiment. The embossing makes this card eligible for the Flourishes Timeless Tuesday challenge. Check it out on the blog: http://flourishes.org/2013/09/timele...-a-sneak-peek/ PT - 3
Thanks sweet Katie (a Georgia peach if ever there was one!) Lydia and Audrie for your inspiration. Thank you all for looking and have a peaceful day.
Date: Saturday, September 14, 2013 GMT Views: 1643
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Sat, Sep 14, 2013 @ 6:39 PM
I hear you too Marie-I've committed to stamp only after school hours to better supervise my homeschool students this year and the result is lots of combining of challenges!
Love your pretty peaches that look good enough to eat!