Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Knock on Wood


Hello everyone,

Yes you've guessed it.....another creation on wood! Sadly though I've only got one piece left from my recycled chest of drawers but never fear hopefully a DIY centre will have some I can buy! What a pity I can't make anything with copious amounts of moulted cat fur but thats another issue.......






I am entering this into the following challenges:



Mixed Media Monthly, A Year of Choices......I've chosen May Flowers

Take It, Make It, Texture (I've painted on wood)

Simon says Weds, Use a Favourite Technique/Product ( I've painted on wood with acrylics)

That Craft Place, Anything Goes





Decoart Paints, Decoart Media Misters, Faber Castell Gelatos and Big Brush Pens, Tissue Paper, Stencils are: Tim Holtz, Crafters Workshop x2, Stamps are Dina Wakley and Inkadinkadoo, Tim Holtz Small Talk Sticker sentiment, Stabilo All black pencil and Signo white pen.


Hope you like it
Donna x

20 comments:

  1. Your picture is gorgeous Donna and again, such a beautiful contrast between the background and the main subject. Love the deep red of the flower. You could always send your cat hair off to be spun and knit a sweater with it ;)
    Hugs, Lynne x

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  2. Oh wow.. that is just AMAZING .. fantastic background and fantastic how she blooms out of the flower!
    Great !
    oxo
    Susi

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  3. The wood queen strikes again, another fabulous painting and love how she is nestled in the poppy. A stunner but no more than I would expect from my favourite artist!
    Hugs
    Amanda x

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  4. A wonderfully quirky creation Donna and just love how the image is peeking out of the flower. Gorgeous textures and colour too.
    Fliss xx

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  5. I hope you get some more wood soon because I love your art especially those on wood. This Poppy is amazing and your girl growing from its heart is very special xx

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  6. How fab is that girl coming out of the poppy, so genius - she reminds me of Thumbelina xx

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  7. Fabulous looking piece Donna and love the red!! Great background
    x catherine

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  8. Love this Donna,great background and love your poppy.xxx

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  9. Another amazing project Donna with beautiful attention to detail. Thanks for joining in the challenge at That Craft Place and good luck.
    Julie xx

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  10. Love your imagination. And the background you've created is so cool looking. I'm so envious. For great backgrounds I always have to cheat using scrapbook paper as a base to start with. You can always start tearing apart more funiture.

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  11. This is amazing ..... love the background, and the girl in the poppy is just stunning! Thanks for joining in with the Craft Stamper Challenge ..... good luck! Linda xx

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  12. So beautiful Donna! That image with the girl in the flower is just fabulous and as usual, your background is just filled with interest and wonder! hugs :)

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  13. You really know how to work with paints and wood. Love it, the background is fabulous and the girl in the poppy is a wonderful eyecatcher!

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  14. You have become the Master of Wood, Donna! Another piece I just love. Feminine and delicate against the more masculine wood is a great combination. Well done!

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  15. Fabulous card hun!!

    Thank you so much for joining us at That Craft Place and good luck!
    Hugs,
    Karen. DT.xx

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  16. Another great piece of wood art, Donna - so many gorgeous painty layers creating such interest.
    Alison xx

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  17. This is an awesome project on wood. I love how the main images pop off the background! Thanks so much for joining us at The Mixed Media Monthly Challenge.

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  18. I love the technique you used, so effective.
    Thanks for playing along at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Hugs,
    Caryn xxx

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  19. beautiful! love the face out of your flower. Thank you so much for playing with the Mixed Media Monthly Challenge and celebrating our first birthday!!
    -Rachel
    rwkrafts.com

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  20. Gorgeous project! Love that you created this on wood!! Thanks for celebrating with us in this month's Mixed Media Monthly Challenge!
    lynnkopas.blogspot.com

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

Donna.x