There's another of those same letter titles...ha!
So in Arizona I...
* was welcomed with great southwest hospitality! THANKS Sharon & Debbie!
* did 4 fun classes @ Frenzy Stamper and got very inky. Everyone made some great art.
* met lots of new art friends.
*connected with some old friends...Nice to see you Lisa!
* got a surprise visit from Kim & Pearl. They drove down from Prescott & I think I actually screamed when I saw Kim. That was soooooo cool & totally unexpected. THANKS so much for coming!!
*enjoyed the awesome WARM weather. I REALLY enjoyed NOT wearing a coat.
* made art for the bathroom @ Frenzy Stamper. That's a tradition for guest instructors.
*shopped...2 cute pairs of shoes...Sharon made me do it. Photos another day...
*shopped...8 new stamps...Debbie's fault...she has a GREAT selection. Got some other arty goodies there too. I even special ordered some way cool mini word stamps. I LOVE rubber!
*had a little wine in a class...that's a first! Last class...so it was ok...don't worry! I behaved!
* had great ON TIME flights via Southwest, my favorite airlines.
* fell in love with Sharon's 4 legged boys...Vito & Wesley. 2 very cute Westies...
Thanks again to Debbie for the invite & to Sharon for making me feel @ home. I shall return!
I'll see you in just 3 short weeks...
Now I have a little something arty to share...
I'm always looking for ways to combine products & get a different look.
So...I had this idea to try alcohol inks OVER snow cap white pigment ink.
Here's the result........I'm loving it...
I inked my Maya Road chipboard flower with snow cap white pigment ink, dried it, then using the alcohol ink applicator, I applied the alcohol inks over the dried ink.
The top flower is cut from grungeboard. It works on grunge too. COOL!!
Here's a better look @ my favorite. This ink/alcohol ink combo makes a very cool very matte finish. I think I'll stamp on this guy later...with my studio490 screen stamp. (page 12).
And here's another color combo...same technique... he needs to be stamped too...
This is fun, quick...and very easy. There are tons of possible custom color combos.
Try it...let me know how you do...and....