11 March 2016

Color Bursts (Part Two) for Frilly and Funkie

Hi everyone and welcome. As promised I'm back today over at the Frilly and Funkie blog with the second part of my Friday Focus on Ken Oliver Color Bursts. Here's a peak of what's in store for you over there...



With a full step by step tutorial for this project and two further completed cards to inspire you I hope you'll join me over there for a closer look.

As for me? I'm off to create more art!!!
Have a great weekend whatever you're up to and take care of yourselves, Jenny xxx

14 comments:

  1. Wow you did get busy with so much eye candy and advice Jenny, love your designs and you're right the picked raspberry on the butterflies sure did pack a punch.
    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs Brenda xxx

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  2. Love your butterfly card Jenny and great step by step. You always make me smile with how you use up your unsuccessful experiment pieces and make them into yet more amazing masterpieces! time to raid the bin I thinks!. Mo x

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  3. Oh wow, what stunning peeks!! The butterflies look amazing!! I love the colors and background!! I'm headed over now to see how you made this masterpiece!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  4. OMGosh Jenny, how I have enjoyed watching your step by step tut on frilly and funkie blog. Your piece is so very beautiful and artistic. I just LOVE it.
    BTW can you dry structure paste with a heat tool maybe on the lowest warmth level so that you can immediately continue working ?
    Hugs, Veerle x

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    1. Thank you Veerle! Yes you can heat set texture paste. If you do it when first spread it may puff up but if you leave it for just a little while it should set flat. Hope that helps! Jenny x

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  5. Great experimentation Jenny and fabulous results too! Anne xx

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  6. You nailed this!!! I LOVE the watercoloring...it's sultry and soft and perfect! Gorgeous piece...off to pin!

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  7. A true beauty! Jenny You even experiment like a real pro x

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  8. Stunning Jenny! Those butterflies are truly amazing! Thanks for the never ending inspiration!

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  9. So pretty Jenny! Love those butterflies! The pink goes so well with the green! Gorgeous! Hugs, Sandra

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  10. I have played with these, but don't own them. You've really inspired me with this gorgeous project!

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  11. Stunning project! I love this, I love colors , they are soft and vivid at the same time, so beautiful! barbara

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  12. Jenny you're color burst art is inspirational and beautiful!

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Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your comments - they are really appreciated. Jenny xxx

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