Friday, November 20, 2015

Triptastic

Tripoli ... For this week's Diva challenge.
Mine is on an art journal page (thanks Antonine for inspiring me to break open that gray sketchbook).

Undu (pattern by Daniel Lamothe) because it's just Trippy.
And a peek at what I took on my recent trip which used a Crafter's Workshop stencil.

Step 1 

Step 2 (cut to fit cards)

Step 3 (Add tangles & mail)
Shattuck

9 comments:

  1. Oh so pretty on the gray paper. Wonderful tiles and I love what you did with the stencil too. What kind of pink pen did you use if you don't mind sharing. It looks great on the gray!

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    1. I used 2 pinks on the Tripoli tile; the lighter brighter pink is a Faber-Castell polychromos pencil, 9201-129 pink madder lake;the deeper darker pink is a Copic multi liner SP BS Pink (mine came in a set of 4 colors and says "bright brush" on the case. The sketch book is Strathmore's toned gray sketch paper medium surface 400 series. Hope that helps! I also barely used the pink pencil on the Undu tile.

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  2. Wow beautiful work, your gray Tiles are awesome

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  3. I do like the Tripoli tile, but I like the Undo tile even more. Love the flow and light in it.

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  4. Wow, I love the pink Tripoli on the grey - what a great combination! Pink is my go-to colour if I'm feeling out of sorts so I'll have to give this a try! I like the variations you used in your different spaces - each space is interesting on it's own, but also as a whole!

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  5. perfect idea - pink on that grey paper! gorgeous! The variations are great, it looks so vivid!

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  6. Your Tripoli looks like a cushion waiting for the wedding ring:-) wonderful colourful work

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  7. WOW! Gorgeous work! Beautiful colorway!

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  8. After seeing these gorgeous-on-gray tiles, I need to be brave and find me some gray paper!

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