On a roll today with my third blog.
I was looking at Julie Ann's beautiful artwork and she recommended that we look at the challenge on Unruly Arts. I had no idea what RAQ stood for, so was already intrigued.
Theme fireworks and a colour scheme was suggested.
I actually put an apron on this time as I decided to blow inks about with a straw.
I worked on Daler Rowney mixed media card and just sprayed Dylusion inks and blew them about a bit. While the ink was still wet I sprinkled same colour glitter and glued a few little stars.
I wrote my words onto some mop-up paper and mounted them onto black. So, another piece of work done , to be entered into the mentioned challenge. Thanks Julie Ann, you fired me up again!
wow, you have been busy today xxReplyDelete
great fireworks, now I see what Sam's tweet means!!ReplyDelete
Fabulous fireworks! So, do I need this mixed media card, then? Sounds very cool... Off to see what else you've been busy with today.ReplyDelete
Love!! That is just gorgeous.ReplyDelete
You have been busy. Love your project. Fab colours. Thanks for joining the RAQ,ReplyDelete
Hi Hazel. Thank you so much for adding this wonderful explosion of colour to the UPA RAQ!!! I love the effect you achieved - so colourful and experimental. It's brightened up my day! Good luck in the prize draw and have a lovely Christmas! xxxReplyDelete
Amazing fireworks image, gorgeous colours- I love it. xxxReplyDelete
Wonderful page Hazel, i always love splodges and fireworks :-) xxxReplyDelete
Your 'fireworks' look amazing Hazel! Fab colours! xxxReplyDelete
Hazel... what can I say but stunning... I love using this technique but never thought to include glitter, and not really sure why I didn't... I use glitter on everything ...lol This looks just like beautiful fireworks and I love your sentiment. I hope you enjoyed the RAQ and really hope you decide to come back and create with us again. We have so many exciting ideas for 2015. Thank you for creating with us at Unruly Paper ArtsReplyDelete
Fab fireworks. Love the little stars you used. HugzReplyDelete