was a blast last night @ For Keeps Sake. Dena and Sue guided us through the process of layering betwinchies onto a canvas using drywall compound.
Inspiration from Dena and Sue:
Love how they both added little ephemera to some of the squares.
The process begins by covering 1.5" x 1.5" squares (betwinchies)
and laying out the pieces in a pattern that is pleasing to your eye.
Next month, we're going to explore the process of using
napkins, gauze and other materials
to create these Eve-inspired beauties:
This process can be accomplished on betwinchies (as shown above)
on card fronts
anything your heart desires.
Isn't it sweet that Sue added a photo of her and her husband into this composition!
Beachy and bright:
Trish brought her hand painted canvas
layed out the betwinchies in a unique pattern.
Each square was stamped and then painted with
Needless to say, I didn't get very far with mine.
Worked out my color scheme
(and these colors shouldn't surprise anyone!)
and used leftover pattern paper that I love.
Edged each square with
Viva's Inka Gold Metallic Rub.
So that's what we did last night @ CYI.
Hope you can join us for our next FREE meet-up:
Alter. Revamp. Transform.
which will take place
4530 Lemay Ferry Road - St. Louis MO 63129
4th Friday of every month
March 22 is our next/first date for the A.R.T. group!
6 pm - 10 pm
BYO items to work on as it's a free form play date.
I'll be adding to my book that we started with Cheryl Mezzetti.
If attending, please call For Keeps Sake (314) 487-8131.
Thank you and hope to see you there.