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Thursday, 17 January 2013

More projects with artist spackle....

as I said recently my huge pot of spackle had got a bit dry (I must have had it over a year) so I had to mix it with water to be able to use it. Tried it out with a new Mr Huey mask. Quite liked the results but these masks are quite thin so some care needed I think.

Here's a tag, you can just see a bit on the bottom right hand corner. Oh yeah, sorry THAT stamp again and ANOTHER shabby flower. And in a VERY similar vein, a card. I'm not too sure about this one, I had to try very hard to make these bits work together and I'm still not convinced. But the texture from the mask is nice.
This has been inked and sprayed with mica. I like the way the mica settles in the crevices. yuk, those colours do go a bit better IRL!!

And finally something a bit more quirky but basically using the same mask. I like the random way the spackle has gone through the stencil (intentional, of course!).
The stamp is by Donna Louise Rodgers.

Note to self: get a different stamp set out!!




 

6 comments:

Krisha said...

HI Cindy,
I find all three cards darling. You asked if I had used a Huey stencile, sorry I grabbed a round plastic canvas piece and just pressed it into the modeling past. LOL, what ever works....right?

chrissies said...

Terrific use of the mask and great colours to use.

Always adore your flower creations.

Love Chrissie xx

Mrs.B said...

Hi Cindy, Great use of the mask on the cards and tag - and I don't mind seeing that stamp again.
Avril xx

Meggymay said...

Gorgeous projects Cindy, the flowers look fabulous and the stencil gives great textures.
Yvonne x

Netty said...

Lovely projects Cindy. Enjoy the weekend, Annette x

Jackie said...

Three fabulous pieces. I love the texture the spackle gives.

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