Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Cutting it fine!

Oh Goodness! I nearly missed the deadline for this! I loved Julie Ann's Letter Q and gold challenge at The Dragons Dream TIO  but just didn't seem to find the time, then….I suddenly realise I have only a few hours to go!!!

I used my Gelli Plate with Adirondak inks - Stream and Wild Plum and two of my favourite stencils, but best of all my very favourite (quintessential in fact) Lynne Perella stamp from Paper Artsy's LPC009. Then I used a product that has been hidden away for a while - my mica powder - I had truly forgotten how fantastic the shine is! 
 So here we are, rushing…again! Hey! Ho!

Thanks for looking, Chris

Linking to The Dragons Dream TIO 166, the Letter Q and gold


May said...

Gorgeous tag, Love the background & the fabulous Gold Image...Love your choice of word.... Thank you for dreaming with us at Dragons Dream... Hugs may x x

Redanne said...

I really like the word you have chosen and the gold image is stunning! Anne x

Juliz Design Post said...

Great Tag Chris. I love how the light hits on the Mica Powders.
Julie x

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Such a fabulous tag, love the gold. Thanks for dreaming with us at Dragons Dream Tag It On.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

This is BEAUTIFUL, Chris. I'm a big fan of mica powders, too. But I was surprised to read that you used ink on your Gelli. I didn't think inks were supposed to be used. I thought I read that on the Gelli Arts blog, or maybe in my instructions. But I see you have used them with great success.

ElizabethR said...

Gorgeous tag I love the background, thanks for sharing with us at the Dragons Dream TIO. Elizabeth x

Julie Ann Lee said...

This is stunning, Chris! I'm sorry I'm late in discovering it; but I've been a bit poorly. I love, love, love the effect you have achieved! I would love to try using Mica powder it looks great and I reckon it must be even lovelier irl! I do so love that Lynne Perrella stamp. Thank you for dreaming with the Dragons. Julie Ann xxx

butterfly said...

Absolutely stunning, Chris - that's definitely worth getting the mica powder out for. How glorious it looks against the beautiful colours of the background, and the perfect stamp to do it with. In love with this!
Alison xx