I love the layerd look you get from using the transparent paper!
So what kind of transparent paper is this? Also I've adopted your technique so expertly taught in your online class although instead of using watercolor, I've used watercolor and inktense pencils and then liquid medium instead of water, works really well. I created a 14 x 17 piece to cut up for ihanna's postcard swap but liked it so much I framed it for myself and am now working on a companion piece. Jane, you've been wonderful inspiration for me. Thanks so much.Paula S In New Mexico
Hi Jane,, you are a regular that I follow. I have nominated you for the Liebster Award, please go to my blog and check it outhttp://vivianhelena-creates.blogspot.com/. By the way have you checked with Orange Co. Quilt Guild their Camp WatchaPatcher.. I would love to take one of your classes, and that camp in in Orange Co 2013. I have attended for eons, and great fun.Thank you for sharing your beauty
Des fleurs à faire frémir les petites abeilles...gros bisous
thanks! Hey Paula, here's the tutorial link http://janeville.blogspot.com/2012/01/8-day-heartfest-valentine-tutorial-blog.html and the kind of vellum I use.
love the flowers. Am insoired to keep trying myself and surprising meHeather
hey jane, I love this technique you showed and tried it, and posted it on my blog, of course I love the way yours turned out way better, but I need to do a few more leehttp://leekre.blogspot.ca/2012/03/translucent-art.html
LOVE LOVE LOVE this flower on flower look... GORGEOUS!
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