Wednesday, July 3, 2013

WOYWW #213

I didn't manage to keep going with this linky in June because I was gone for a couple of weeks, and then for the next 2 weeks I will be gone again (I love summer vacation!), but here is one WOYWW entry in between! A little late in the day but it is still Wednesday here!

I realized I needed to get started on the weekly Summer of Color entry (this week is pale pink and charcoal grey) so I started by getting out the trusty gelli plate and making a couple of pink pages. I used some bubble wrap to get the textures. I made a deli paper page and a couple of pages in my 2 current art journals.

WOYWW 7-3-13

Not sure yet what I will do for the grey part but I will think of something!


Linked to:
WOYWW Week #213
July's Colorful Gelli Party

6 comments:

  1. Wonderful - I love that look and such great texture. I tried this last week - not sure if I had seen you use it here before and it inspired me to have a got :-D
    Happy WOYWW and thanks for letting me visit :-)

    IKE x #30

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  2. Great. And I'm fascinated that you turn to Gelli for a background immediately. And I love the shade of pink you've chosen. For me, I'd be going silhouettes and scrolls from here. Don't forget to show us when you get back - have a great holiday!

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  3. oohhh love the pink so far from the bubble wrap paper. so pretty. stopping in from one beneath you (also very late) Brigita #139

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  4. You've got great textures here! This is a great way to get started- with a rich base! So glad you linked up to the party!

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  5. Ooh, it's looking interesting so far - I love using gelli prints to start off an idea - aren't they great?! Thanks for dropping by, hope you have a great week.

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  6. Love the softness of your color with the great texture of the bubble wrap!

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