These giant 'scrap metal' moths just blow my breath away! They are by Kari von Wening, who uses layers of inks, acrylics and colored pencil to give her creatures such luminous colours. http://ullam.typepad.com/ullabenulla/2006/04/scrap_metal_mot.html
This card could not be any simpler...after I panicked a little only having 2 colors plus white to use in this weeks Color My Heart Color Dare! I searched for inspiration, found scraps in Raspberry & Lagoon & went about recreating this card. I added White Twine & matching inks to the packages & a sentiment from Sending Smiles stamp set from the Flower Market Cricut bundle. Happy Creating!
Alcohol Ink Collage By Heather M Olson This is what I do with my 'scraps' after trimming up my ACEO's Sometimes I'll do a 4" by 6" initially so I can pick the best part to trim down to. Eventually I'd like to do larger pieces, but it's a challenge as it is with 4" by 6". Have to get all my ink on the plastic & press my glossy photo down before it dries too much. Tried adding blender/isopropyl to reactivate, but it's just not quite the same
Sharing Caroline's Goose in the Puddle quilt from Scraps & Shirttails II! (Which is now in the Sale Section of the Quiltville Store at Quiltville.com/shop.html along with Scraps and Shirttails at DEEP DISCOUNTS!) She writes: "Just finished my latest from Dad's old shirts. There's an ink stain included this one - one of Dad's pens leaked in his pocket and the stain never came out. It's the most precious memory! Thanks Bonnie for the pattern! ❤ It's from her book Scraps & Shirttails II - Goose…