It feels like cheating to post this, but I was working on this during the week and was just about to go to the post office to see how many thousands of dollars it will be to mail a rock. When I checked the galleries, I just had to post it....it is definitely dimensional for the F4A challenge. The reason I feel like I am bending the rules is that this is just a remake of a rock I made before. A friend had admired it and now that it is her birthday, I made her another one as a gift. Very straight forward...find an image and a rock that are similar sized. Color the image with your favorite medium - I used copics. Tear the edges and glue to the rock, then add a little color (I used in Inca gold) to blend the paper and the rock. TFL, Francie
Date: Friday, September 30, 2016 GMT Views: 692
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Fri, Sep 30, 2016 @ 7:56 AM
Oh, Francie, this is beautiful indeed, and I love that you've adhered this beautifully colored image with the rock with the lovely bow and beautiful floral array! What a dear gift! And there are no rules to bend here, sweet friend! Hugs!
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Fri, Sep 30, 2016 @ 8:53 AM
Wow, this is gorgeous!! I thought of Charlie Brown trick or treating and at every house he would say "I got a rock". Well, if it was a rock like this he would be doing the Snoopy dance :)
Love your project and will have to try making one of these, it's really awesome.
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Fri, Sep 30, 2016 @ 4:29 PM
Wow, how creative is this? And I don't think doing a remake of a rock is cheating - and I have read the bi-laws very, very carefully! Ha ha! What a great idea, but I am curious as to how much it will cost to send it!
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Fri, Sep 30, 2016 @ 7:20 PM
Once I stamped an Egyptian scene on mulberry paper and glued it to a sandstone rock...worked out great!! I LOVE your rock, love the scene you picked it's perfect for a rock!! Your friend is going to LOVE it! Plus your coloring is beautiful and I love the extra little flowers too!
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