7 July 2016

Catching Up with Eroded Damask Wallpaper

Hi everyone and welcome! Yesterday I shared my latest Frilly and Funkie DT project HERE featuring an Eroded Damask Wallpaper background, and a tutorial was promised so here goes...


It needs to be acknowledged publicly here that a big thank you goes out to the legendary Tim Holtz for his own Eroded Metallic technique on which this tutorial was based and developed.

Now for the catch up portion of this post; as mentioned yesterday we've just returned from a much needed family break taking in the delights of Burgundy in France and then Geneva. We thoroughly enjoyed our 'time out' and I came back with hundreds of photos to capture those precious memories and inspire future creativity. I won't bore you with lots of them here but just wanted to share the fabulous coloured roofs at the Hotel Dieu in Beaune and the glorious weather/scenery in Geneva;



Imagine my surprise to discover on my return that I'd been picked as a winner at Our Creative Corner for my Summer Sunshine canvas!!! This was made particularly more poignant by the news that this will be the final OCC challenge for the time being as they are taking a hiatus from Blogland. You will be sorely missed ladies - thank you for awarding me this honour.

OK, break over, it's time to hit the craft room and get in the festive spirit as there are two sets of IndigoBlu shows coming up this weekend. The wonderful Kay Halliwell-Sutton is back on your screens this Friday 8th July (1pm and 5pm) and I'm back at Hochanda on Sunday 10th July (3pm and 6pm). We'll be sharing lots of brand new never been seen before stamps, stencils and mixed media products in a Christmas frenzy. Hopefully you'll be able to join us (don't forget, there is a catch up service on Hochanda too).

Whatever you're up to for the rest of the week take care of yourselves, Jenny xxx

12 comments:

  1. Love your eroded damask Jenny ! Thanks for a great step by step. They are some of my most favourite stamps, so I will be giving this technique a go ..........specially as I will be officially retired in a few days time Whoopie ! Xx

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  2. Your canvas is stunning Jenny and thank you for the fabulous step by step on your eroded damask technique. Love the look. Thanks for sharing some of your holiday pics too, Geneva is awesome!! xx

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  3. Fabulous step x step resulting in a fabulous canvas.

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  4. I know this roof! Been there, done that! It's beautiful don't you think so?
    Congrats with the prize and the gogeous canvas you made.
    Lia xx

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  5. Congratulations on your win at Our Creative Corner and getting to take a much needed break! Your tutorial is fabulous and the results are spectacular! Thank you for sharing your talents and those amazing photos with us! Your work is so inspiring! Hugs!

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  6. Wow Jenny, that really is one fabulous technique and I love your Snapguide tutorial too! Congratulations on your win at OCC.

    Love your photos, the first one really appeals and your second shot is stunning, it looks like you had wonderful weather. Looking forward to seeing both you and Kay on TV! Anne xx

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  7. Love your snapguide and wonderful techniques and effects Jenny, the layering of the paints and beautiful colours are awesome. So glad you managed a wonderful time away and had a good break, you so deserve it with all the chasing around you do. Have a great weekend and good luck with your shows xxx

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  8. Brilliant effects and step by step Jenny x love the stunning photographs too x

    Tfs Annie x

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  9. Love the eroded damask, very effective background and so eye catching. Love the layering . Glad you managed sons time away. Have a lovely weekend. Tracy x

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  10. Thanks for the tutorial - I need all the help I can get.
    You can never post too many vacation pictures for me. Although I love the US - my heart belongs to Europe. European countries have such charm and the architecture is gorgeous. Love the scenery, love the people, love the food - heck I just love being there. I was fortunate enough to live in Italy for a year.
    Loved your pictures!!
    Sandy xx

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  11. Congratulations on your win and lovely to hear you had a fabulous break with the family. Enjoy the shows and hoping to catch up with you in the future.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  12. Congratulations Jenny on you much deserved win . Thanks for sharing the Fab tutorial of your gorgeous canvas. So pleased you had a fantastic holiday - great photos . So good to hear too that you took time away from your desk - you definitely deserved it .
    hugs x

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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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