Monday, 4 April 2011

Just a quickie!

I wanted to show you what I mad e with the alcohol ink painted fragments before I settle down to do the post for Try it on Tuesday

I've decided to call it the faux agate technique as the fragment really does look like a polished piece of agate.
I'll be trying it out on Saturday with lovely ladies at the Lovin Ink workshop at The Stampman on Saturday.
Still a couple of places left if you fancy giving it a go.

Off to sort out TioT

Hope you had a great start to the week
x Michelle


Neil said...

Wow, that looks fantastic Michelle. Wish I was closer to get to the class. Have fun with it.

The Stamp Man said...

Both yourself and Janet have already created such beautiful pieces for the workshop on Saturday and adding this piece to the collection is the cherry on the top, lucky ladies!! It's stunning Michelle.

Jill x

Netty said...

I agree with Neil would definitely love to try this but you are just too far away...sob maybe if we beg and beg you really nicely would you post a tutorial for us unlucky crafters who live too far away Michelle. Annette x

craftimamma said...

Oooh, stop tormenting us poor souls who can't get there, Lol! No seriously, Michelle I'd be really upset not to see your fab makes on here but the idea of those empty places is driving me potty!

Lesley Xx

Angela Weimer said...

Wow this is beautiful. I so wish I could make it on Sat. That technique looks so fab for jewlery making. Have fun and wish I was there. Angela

georgina said...

Wonderful,luv Georginaxx

lisa said...

I was sat here admiring this before I read further and thought, mmmm it looks like one of those pretty rocks you see in the shop at Stump Cross Caverns and then I read your description, great minds!!!!! It's gorgeous. I'm very tempted by one of those places but family comes first!!
Hugs Lisax

Virginia said...

this is gorgeous Michelle I really thought it was a piece of agate!