May 15, 2014

Tempting Treats #3 -Wall Art

Hello Everyone, 

Technicolour Trio and Tempting Treats.
Week 3- Project C.
#1-Layers and Textures, using circles.
#2-Odd marriage of two items.
#3-Stars.
#4-Dictionary depictions.

 

Fun and Whimsical.
 
 Wall Art.
Now you will have to hop over to see Lisa and Mitra's interpretation of this Challenge, if you have been following you will know their creations will be very unique with plenty of panache and flair!!!
See you next week.







Have a great week and thanks so much for your visit and welcome to my new followers.
Smiles:)
Sue.

15 comments:

Lisa M said...

What I love??? The hair pins!! OH MY GOODNESS Onion...seeing that oddity in there made me so happy. I absolutely look forward to seeing where your muse takes you and it's no question that you were guided again this week. I love your homemade bg's and the compilation of elements to make the flowers and the COLORS are so wonderfully playful. Using the dictionary for the stem is brilliant and of course I see the circles for layering and the self made Washi tape just seals the deal. Another week that your creativity has slapped a big ol' smile on my face!!!
Hugs,
Quirks :)

Astrid Maclean said...

Oh Sue, what a fun and arty make, love it to bits, those hairclips are inspired, such a cool idea!! Love the flowers!!

Rosemary said...

love this fun, whimsical piece, Sue... the hairpins are an absolutely brilliant idea!!

Barb said...

Sue, the hairpins are such a fun idea! This turned out so cool looking!

Love your work - and really love that you don't usually have an idea of what the finished project will look like! I would have guessed you had it all planned out before starting. :)

Greta said...

AMAZING!! I was thinking of what you do as I made my Roses card, but just couldn't get all the elements to come together. I did use dry embossing & lace, though--LOL! This is stunning, my friend!

Dawn Turley said...

INCREDIBLE Sue. Yes I am shouting that! This has to be one of my favourites of your challenge so far. You never fail to amaze me with your art - because it certainly is that

Ira Huberts said...

Amazing tag Sue, who would have thought to use hairpins! Very colourful creation, lovely mixed media work, I'm totally impressed! Hugs, Ira x
Ira’s Crea Corner

Sandy said...

This is fun and whimsical - now where would I find bobby pins!!
Fantastic!!!!
Sandy xx

Mitra Pratt said...

MY EYEBALLS FELL OUT! no really they did. My jaw dropped, I drooled a little and then I said MITRA COLLECT YOURSELF! GET YOUR PIN TOOL and PIN that already! And that is what I did after I stared at it really really hard! THOSE flowers! Sorry to still be using CAPS, but I'm shouting in happiness just a bit!!! BOBBY PIN STEMS! yes, still shouting...have not completely collected myself!

Chris Warner said...

What a fabulous project Sue! An eclectic mix of textures and elements brought together so cleverly. I think that mixed meida is one of those things you either excel at or not, you definitely excel at it [s]. Quite visionary, great work! Chris xxx

Meihsia Liu said...

Wow... this is such a gorgeous piece, Sue. I love how you created the layers of beautiful colors and embellishments. Fantastic and fun! :)

Mary J said...

Another original piece of art, Sue - gorgeous!

Martina2801 said...

A very extraordinary and wonderful creation! Beautifully designed.

butterfly said...

Wow, wow and wow again, Sue! I love the layers of tag and texture, and those flowers are simply glorious - wow (again!).
Alison xx

Marci said...

Incredibly inspired. I love it!