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    « Finding Fresh Fun | Main | 365 Somethings #70-76 »
    Saturday
    Mar162013

    Prints G@lore + More

     

    It always surprises me. How much I can get done when I am supposed to be doing something else. So while I should have been editing videos for my watercolor workshop I made another jell-o gel printing plate and tried printing with embroidery floss, little leaves and stems. And cheesecloth. I was dying cheesecloth in a bowl of espresso and it clicked that I should try to capture the texture. Happy juxtaposition.

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    I love the effect the thread and cloth gives on a monoprint. Fabulous! I should be doing something else too right now (like getting dressed? Still in pj-s...) Hope you have a great weekend!

    03.16.2013 | Unregistered CommenterMarit

    I love it (and know what you mean about "when you should be doing something else"). This gelli printing lark seems to be something I'm missing, must look into it ...

    03.16.2013 | Unregistered CommenterRosie

    I love the print Tammy! I can't wait to try it!

    03.16.2013 | Unregistered CommenterLynn

    I love this idea, I must have a go! Love the colours you used too.

    03.16.2013 | Unregistered CommenterAlana

    Tammy!! Oh my gosh... I am busy for a few days and I miss OUT!! The blue looks like one of those sun picture things (yeah totally forgot what it is called...brain clog) and I haven't bought the paper...welll.. I don't have to now....I will just get my paint and jello on!!!! love it!!! When the 2 feet of snow we have starts to disappear I am going out the yard!!! thanks!!!!

    03.22.2013 | Unregistered Commenterjennifer

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