Thursday, June 17, 2010

Compendium Of Curiosities

Theres a new challenge going on at Studio L 3 ,My dear friend Linda brainstormed this great challenge, This is the very first week and your to use the Water Stamping technique from Tim's new book. For mine I used the stamp from Artistic Outpost Generation Redux. and one of Tim's little charms. Join in the fun. Theres even some prizes up for grabs.

27 comments:

Linda Ledbetter said...

See? I told you if you kept going it would turn out to be INCREDIBLE! Lynn, this is *beyond* cool. I'm loving the "ghostly" portrait look you created, and those soft colors give it an even more vintage feel. As always, you've made something really special, and I'm so excited that you're doing this challenge with me! You're just wonderful. ♥

Jocelyn said...

Oh how pretty...I love the soft muted image!!!

Have a great one!!! :-)

Terry said...

Beyond cool is right! Lynn, your challenge piece is totally awesome! Great colors and it came out perfect! Love it!

Riki Schumacher said...

This is great Lynn, love it! Riki

Lori said...

Another rockin' piece by the awesome Lynn! Love the ethereal quality the stamping gives to a piece.

Tracy Evans said...

Love your creation, this would be great for a Father's Day card. Love it. Have a great day, Tracy Evans x

stampdiva said...

This is "spooky" - what an incredible effect. I don't own this book but now wondering if worth spending some birthday pennies! You never fail to inspire. Lynne M x

Nan said...

Hi Lynn...this is such a neat card. Loving your stuff this week. I'm off to check out this new challenge! TFS!

Debbie Emmons said...

Lynn that tunred out really cool! Love it.

Dawn said...

This has worked exceptionally well here Lynne a stamp with so much detail too ver cool

Love Dawn xx

Linda Robinson said...

You know I had to stop by to see what you have created, and of course you never disapoint! Love it.
It looks like a fun technique to try!
Hugs, Linda

Netty said...

Love the look of this...very ghostly and interesting. Annette x

2amscrapper said...

This is such a great technique--love the colors you chose for your creation.

Evelyn S. said...

I saw your post on Linda's site....and I knew exactly what you had experienced! I tried at least 5 other stamps....not sure why none of them didn't work. LOVE your results...and the card you've created!

Deb (dcorder) said...

This is fabulous! I don't have the book but I'm loving all the challenge pieces I've seen!

scrappyjacky said...

This is just stunning...I love the effect you've achieved here...and I found this technique quite difficult.

Kim said...

I love your entry! You got such nice detail out of the stamp, and I love yor colors!

Rhonda said...

Hi Lynn! This is fabulous - love the ghostly effect that happened with this technique. Cheers!

Hels Sheridan said...

GORGEOUS!!!! Love love love this one Lynn...I had a play at the challenge too... what a brill idea from Linda... can't wait for the next one .. hugs :O)) x

Gerrie Johnnic said...

That turned out so kewl, I can't wait to try....should I just save an entire day for this? What an amazing look made from that tech!

Maggie said...

Love the colours and the stamp you used, I love the ghosting effect very cool.

Maggie

Shar said...

Fabulous! I love the soft look!

Christine said...

Wow, this looks great! It almost looks like an overeposed photo. I need to go get my book but I don't think it will be in time for this challenge. I'll just do it next week along with the new challenge.

Blessings,
Christine

Sue said...

This is gorgeous as always Lynn, the stamp goes perfectly with this technique x

Minxy said...

Oh yeah i wanted to try this, your piece loks awsome

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Lynn,
WOW,this looks gorgeous.Love the soft colors.How did you do this?
Have a great day..
Hugs,
Marie

Lesley said...

This is beautiful. I really like the effects you have created here.

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