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Thursday, 10 February 2011

C of C -week31

Another week and Linda has directed us to page  41 of TH's Compendium, to explore the wonders of Rusted Enamel. I loved this technique  and wonder why I haven't tried it before. Once again no clues as to how I did this.
 The  stamps I used  are from  Wendy Vechi's Homemade Art plate, sorry Tim, but the die cuts are your alterations plates.  There are some fantastic examples rusted enamel over at Studio L3.
Thankyou for stopping by to have a look at mine.

17 comments:

  1. ohhh this looks lovely Yvonne, and those houses are a lovely finishing touch
    hugs

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  2. Love your creation, the images you chose are great. Thanks for your lovely comment. :)

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  3. Oh so very wonderful.Love how you used Tim's die along the bottom!

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  4. Terrific Yvonne, loving your rusted enamel. Annette x

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  5. Whatever you did, it's remarkable. I'll have a look in the book. I love your colours, cheers Caz

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  6. love the way you stamped on your 'rusted enamel' - it looks great x

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  7. Love your rusted enamel - colour and stamping. It all looks great.

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  8. Very nice entry for this week's challenge. The little row of houses just is the perfect finishing touch.

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  9. This is lovely Yvonne, great colours,stamping and the die cuts, I do love that bird!

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  10. This is so sweet! Love the blues and your birdie is just too cute!

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  11. I've been so into blue tones lately, and I just flipped when I saw this gorgeous card! Meggiemay, you rocked this challenge! The rusted enamel looks great, and I LOVE that you used the little houses (my favorite die of 'em all) and sweet bluebird. The contrast with the pale, bright flower is stunning. Bravo... and encore!

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  12. This is beautiful love it all!

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  13. This is fabulous! love the bird and the colours are gorgeous.

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  14. Fantastic card. I love everything you did here!

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