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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Chromatic Craze... I'm the Guest Designer this month!

I am super...UBER excited to be able to share this really cool new challenge site called CHROMATIC CRAZE with all of you since I am their GUEST DESIGNER for this month's challenge.  Last fall I entered one of the very first Chromatic Craze challenges and was honoured to have been chosen as their favorite entry for that month (you can see that blog post HERE) and now I get to be a guest designer for one entire month.
I love this challenge site because it involves color and ONLY color... you can make whatever you want using what ever supplies you have as long as you include the color pallette for that challenge. Plus the challenge lasts an entire month.  So I actually have time to read about it, think about it, make something and get it posted, because let's face it - Procratinators are US! (grin) so without further ado.... here Challenge #8 - Jewel Tones! 


and here is my take on it... I made a tag with another of my Prima Doll Stamps...

For this lovely lady I used my inka gold paints to paint her hair and skin, but I made her dress by stamping onto some fabric that I had adhered to a product called Phoomph (see more about it HERE) ... a double-sided fabric bonding foam that is less than an eighth of an inch thick, which I then cut out and stuck on to my lady... no need for pop dots when I use this stuff - cool huh? (grin)


My background colors were created using my gelatos on 120lbs watercolor paper... I just colored big circles all over my paper and then sprayed it with water and used a brush to blend each colored circle separately.  After it was dry I applied a thin layer of modelling paste through my Tim Holtz stencil to give it some texture.

Some prima bark butterflies that I painted with my Dylusion sprays, a stamped sentiment from one of my Dyan Reaveley stamp sets, and some jeweled bling finish it all off... I don't even need any stickles!


So here is my take on the Chromatic Craze Challenge #8... come and see what everyone else at Chromatic Craze created and maybe start thinking about what YOU would make if you wanted to join in (wink,wink) Grin Oh yeah, and did I mention that there are PRIZES!

Thanks for stopping by to share with me today....and PLEASE.... come again! Smile (and leave a comment if you like what you see)
Scrapbook Lynne Mizera





4 comments:

  1. hello :) thanks for visiting my blog :) I'm glad that we will got better :) greet :)

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  2. Your tag is gorgeous! I love the background you created. Thank you so much for being our special guest this month!:)

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  3. Lynne, your tag is absolutely gorgeous! Love your background...the vibrant colors are amazing!

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  4. Your work is fabulous! Hello from The Sparkly Fairy - a fellow Handmade Harbour Teammate :) Emma x

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