Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Drippy drips



Hello everyone,


Thank you everyone for all your nice comments re my carved stamps yesterday,I may carve a special one as a give away soon.....oh no you all cry....actually yes I know, Ingrid,I still have to make you one!

A journal page today from my newly created Journal...where else of course.










I am entering this into the following challenges:

That Craft Place,Girls but no pink

Craft Room challenge,Make your own background

The Mirror Crack'd,The Body Beautiful

Artist Trading Post Exchange,Anything Mixed Media Goes




Watercolour paper,gesso,gelatos,pitt brush and micron pens,Unity stamp,crafters workshop and wendy vecchi stencils. The dragonfly was die cut from a gelli printed page. The leaves were formed from using the negative cutouts from a die the lovely Ingrid sent me.


If you like your gelatos this technique is fab. Gesso the page,rub your gelatos on,spray water on and let drip....perfect! Check Youtube for the Donna Downey videos,really helpful


Hope you like it

Donna x






15 comments:

  1. What a beautiful page did you made here! Awesome Donna!

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  2. Gorgeous soft background against bold dragonfly. Great page. Nxx

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  3. Great mixture of texture and I love your dragonfly.
    Julie x

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  4. Hey, Lovely! Oh wow, this is beautiful! Those gelatos really are gorgeous, the colour combination is perfect! I'm glad you found the negative part useful too! ;) beautiful page! Xx

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  5. That's a wonderful page with great details. Love the this-is-art hand.

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  6. A fabulous journal page ....great colours and textures. It's lovely to have you join in at ATP challenge this fortnight
    Hugs Annie x

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  7. Wonderful background, its a fantastic journal page. Thank you for joining us for our first challenge at ATP Exchange.
    Yvonne

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  8. Hello Donna,
    A very interesting take on our Challenge, and we at TMC are all for pushing the boundaries to see where the theme takes you...'Body Beautiful' can be literal or abstract. This work would qualify as conceptual and adds immense interest to the onlooker as well as thought provoking, Great make Donna, and many thanks for joining us this week at The Mirror Crack'd.
    Smiles:)
    Sue

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  9. Oh Miss Donna this page is beautiful, love the concept, the design, love the circles, the dragon fly is gorgeous, your gelli prints are just fabulous, thanks for all the inspiration, I love how you create something different every day, hope you have a wonderful weekend, ((( BIG HUGS )))..

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  10. Hi Donna, loving this!! Genius use of the geli plate, love the drippage! Your dragonfly is exquisite, I really need to get my hands on that die!! I just love coming to visit you, I am never disappointed with the fun projects and your creative mind! big hugs :)

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  11. Hi Donna, love the take on the challenge at The Mirror Crack'd, two beautiful bodies, the girl and the dragonfly (one of my favourite dies). Thanks for joining in the challenge, Angela R. x

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  12. Hi Donna, gorgeous page, love the colours and the dragon is fab.
    Thank you for sharing your creativity at Craft-Room Challenge;-))m

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  13. Thank you for sharing your stunning page with us at Craft-Room Challenge.
    xxx Hazel.

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  14. Really love this fabulous and creative page. Mar

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  15. Beautiful canvas with lady silhouette. Thanks for joining us at Mirror Cracked challenge this month

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave me a comment,it's really appreciated.

Donna.x