Monday, 8 August 2016

Day 6 homework for Creative Chemistry 103

Day 6 is the final day of Creative Chemistry 103 and it's been brilliant. For this lesson Tim talked about surfaces and substrates and our homework is to use one of the techniques we have learnt this week but present it on something other than a tag/card backing.

The only substrate I own is hessian so I got out my hessian and sprayed vintage photo distress spray through my flourish stencil to make this cool patterned background.

During Day 5 lesson I had made the piece below using the resist technique with Yupo and alcohol inks.  I love the embossed floral pattern that gets revealed.

I used a small piece for the centre of my project.

I then put on my creative hat and this is the card I created.

I would also like to link it up with the following challenges;

A vintage journey stencil it
Simon says stamps Wednesday fabulous florals
Take it make it stencils/masks
Paper Artsy patterns I made a repeat pattern on my hessian from the stencil and also in my embossed Yupo focal insert.
Craft Heaven Shop Challenge  #14 anything goes
Uniko flowers

Although there are no more classes in 103 the wrap up day is next week and we have until this Friday (12th) to upload any other pieces of homework,  there are some cool  prizes to be won. I will be sharing a few more with you, including I think, my favourite piece I made ;0)

I would also like to remind you that my 6th bloggerversary giveaway clsoes tomorrow at 5pm GMT. The details are up at the top of my side bar if you would like to enter. Everyone is most welcome.

Thanks for your visits and the very kind comments you have been leaving about my homework. Welcome also to my newest followers. It's so great to share my creative journey with you here at Jane's Journal. The weather at the weekend was glorious and yes it was Pimm's O'clock in the garden yesterday afternoon ;0)



Back soon,

Bye for now,

Jane x

16 comments:

  1. A beautiful way to finish the lessons, such a gorgeous card and I love the stencilled hessian. Thanks for sharing it AVJ and have a great week. xxx

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  2. Lovely ! I thought to myself today that I should sign up for this, not realising it is over already !
    lol
    Corrie x

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  3. Hello dear Jane,

    What a lovely creation once again! Your posts inspire me so even my papercraft skills are nox excisting :), thank you for you sharing! And Pimm's o'clock is the best time ever for these August days!

    Happy Monday my friend!

    Yours,
    Mia

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  4. Lovely card and lovely cocktail!! Cheers!

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  5. Oh I love the effect on the hessian Jane, that is clever!!
    I'm afraid you would have had rather diluted Pimms if you'd left on the grass here yesterday, thankfully today was better!!
    V x

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  6. That is really a great card. I like the different backing you used...really is unique and love the subtle imprint of the flowers.

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  7. Lovin' your Creative Chemistry projects, Jane - a real opportunity to get arty and show your inky skills!
    Love the texture you've created with the hessian background and your beautiful, inked and embossed panels...and clouds...well that just adds the icing to the cake for me!?! Hugs, Lisa x

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  8. Wow, amazing shot with your drink!! Love the sunrays and the great angle. Beautiful card, love the alcohol ink layer, such an interesting pattern. The hessian worked beautifully, love the flourish design. sending hugs :)

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  9. Love your fabulous card, love the different elements you've used.
    Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Luv
    Debby

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  10. After seeing your home work this time I am now determined to do #101, #102 & #103 - I just need to get all my supplies ready first lol! Another beautiful project xx

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  11. There is nothing like a cold beer on a hot summer day --
    The work you have done in Tim's class is really wonderful - I do like the alcohol resist technique on Yupo paper.
    Sandy xx

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  12. Beautiful project ..... love the stenciled hessian. Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge xx

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  13. A beautiful card Jane, love the stenciled burlap (as we call it on this side of the pond!) and the Yupo resist is amazing, hasn't Tim's class been incredible? Thanks for sharing your gorgeous card with us at A Vintage Journey! Deb xo

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  14. Some great mixed media! The Pimms looks great too ;) x

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  15. Lovely, I love the Hessian piece,

    Lucy x

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  16. Beautiful card and a wonderful mix of techniques - thanks for the inspiration and for joining in on the Uniko challenge. Hugs Bev x

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