Friday, 27 April 2018

Paperbabe Challenge ~ #72 Anything goes..

It's Friday and time for a new blog challenge over at Paperbabe Stamps,
with this fortnights theme being everyone's favourite 

Time for a play day...

Onto the largest of three mixed media blanks I traced around the mini 
profile template and curly fringe. The mini profile stamps can be used to add the 
facial features but this time I chose to hand draw mine in with pencil. 

I used the colour of the MDF to guide my choice of skin tone 
using neocolors II to add the overall base colour.


Using all three mixed media circles included in the kit I created a scene, layering 
up those colours as they really soak into untreated MDF when activated with water.

You can see here just how the colour changes by repeating the process.

 

Hanging attachments are included within the mixed media kit and simply attached 
with a spot of glue, where you chose to place the hangers is entirely up to you.


Coloured pencils help to add those extra details.

I would have loved to have added more circles to this wall art; picking out areas of her hair 
and surroundings. The limits are endless but for the moment the trio sit side by side.

As She Ponders... the tilt of your head can predict her day..!!


I hope you too can find time for a play day and maybe join in 
with the Paperbabe Stamps blog Challenge, we'd love to see your creativity.

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend
Creative Hugs

Tracey xx

Creative Supplies:

Paperbabe Stamps ~ Female mini profile head and torso template 
Paperbabe Stamps ~ Female mini curly fringe template 
Paperbabe Stamps ~ Mixed Media Blanks hanging circles kit
Caran D'Ache ~ Neocolor II/Museum Aquarelle/Luminance

30 comments:

  1. Absolutely ADORABLE dear Tracey! WOW! She is amazing and I love the unique wall art you created!
    Happy weekend!
    Hugs, Susi

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    1. Thank you so much dear Susi, I really love creating with these.
      Wishing you a super week ahead xx

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  2. This is totally fabulous, love how you coloured in the circles and the beautiful face. Those templates look great, too. Have a wonderful weekend, hope your weather will be good. Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Many thanks Valerie the templates are so clever as you can work with them as they are or adjust them to however you want them to be. A genius invention and a great aid for designing xx
      P.s Cold wet weather is set for this week Yuck!!

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  3. BRILLIANCE ON A PAPER Tracy, you have coloured her in beautifully...one amazing lady you are.xxx
    Have a lovely weekend.


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    1. Thank YOU Annie, don't make me blush now hee hee!! xx

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  4. wow Tracey absolutely stunning..coloured beautifully and love the scene you have created as well...hugs Lozzy x

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  5. She is gorgeous Tracey, as always your coloration is stunning, and love you created her facial details, yourself, your blue sky and landscape, are also sooooo beautiful, as is her divine hair .
    Hugs to you lovely friend- I hope your Friday, is happy .Smiles, xxx

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    1. You know how much I love creating things like this, it's a happy little scene.. Thank you for your kindness dear Dorthe xx

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  6. A fabulous piece Tracey, and she's got such a gorgeous expression. Love the design and the little scene you created.
    Avril xx

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  7. Oh wow Tracey, what a wonderful idea to create a scene on three separate pieces, I love the gorgeous face you have created, your colouring is superb (as always)! I do wish I could do faces - you are a real inspiration! Hugs, Anne xx

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    1. Love working on bare MDF it makes the colours so warm looking, I have now found another pack of the circles and hoping to extend the scene when I get a spare minute. Thank you as ever for your kindest of words Anne xx

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  8. Wow! This is gorgeous Tracey! xxx

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  9. Absolutely stunning, so unique and so creative. Your wall art is truly a work of art ...love it x

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    1. So glad you like it, it makes me very happy Thank you xx

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  10. A gorgeous project and a fabulous idea to create the scene this way, it is an awesome piece of wall art.
    Yvonne xx

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    1. Happy you like it Yvonne, thank you. Ilove those hanging circles xx

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  11. What a clever way to create a scene, - this looks amazing! You are such a wizz with those Paperbabe products!!

    As you may remember I have been away on a blog break, so apologize for lack of visits in the last month, but look forward to more regular visits again!

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    1. Welcome back Astrid, I hope you had a wonderful time. Your welcome to pop on over and visit when ever you get a moment or two. Thank you so much for your kindness and words xx

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  12. I realize I'm a bit late visiting, but I fell in love with how you separated the circles, yet made them one cohesive piece. Stunning and quite artistic.

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    1. Oh thank you very much, even though I admit it myself they really do look super when placed together. No need to apologise for lateness my door is always open when ever you have a moment to visit.
      I'm playing catch up after a day away x

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  13. This is such a fabulous piece Tracey, I love how you've used the three circles, and you've coloured her beautifully. Have a very happy week, Sue xx

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    1. Wishing you a fabulously creative week Sue and thank you for your kindness and words xx

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  14. OMG this is Stunning Tracey, I love it
    Love
    Amanda X

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  15. Tracey this is just GORRRRRGEOUS..i adore paperbabe images, and you just do them so much justice with your skilful colouring. I love the fabulous scene with the three circles...so striking. I neeeeed this on my wall!!!. Xxx

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    1. Thanks so much Jane, i'm still torn whether or not to add to it with more circles creating a larger scene. Having the wall space to display it is the one thing getting in my way but if I rearranged things there may be a way I could get around it.. Hmmmm xx

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