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Sunday, 13 January 2013

January Blues

I've been following Roni's  blog for ages, she has some amazing techniques to share, and she always does a calender. This year each month will be in the shape of a pennant. 
The technique for January is alcohol inks and felt. I must confess I had to cheat a little and use funky foam too as only one of my dies would cut felt.
This is how it looked with just the AI background. The big blue snowflakes were stamped with the die cut felt, and the other two were the funky foam. They looked so nice after they had been coated in the AI that I added them to the finished page.
The silver snowflake is a Christmas ornament that has lost its tie, and the stamp is Brrr from Stampotique.
A huge thank you to Roni for showing me this technique, it's one of the very few times that I've used alcohol ink and not thrown it in the bin :-).

I'm entering this into the Happy Daze challenge which is re-cycle. The backing to this is packaging from Amazon, and the snowflake fell of the Christmas tree lol.

Head over to Roni's to see her amazing calender, and thanks very much for looking xx

11 comments:

  1. Love your chilly January Banner! The background is stunning and you may have cheated, but it worked out beautifully! Happy Sunday!

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  2. gorgeous background, love the idea of a calender in banner style!

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  3. What a brilliant idea! Love your gorgeous background too

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  4. oh gosh this is just brilliant so effective,love it,hugs Cherylxxxxxx

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  5. Lovely idea for a calendar, well done on achieving something with alcohol inks! Valerie

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  6. I love your background with these blue shades of alcohol inks, so nice... and your character is very cute !!! An original and perfect calendar ! Hugs, Coco xx

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  7. Haven't tried stamping with AI - what a great idea! Love how yours has turned out as it is clear and yet soft (if that makes sense!) Amazon packaging is a real favourite of mine too. It takes colour really well:) Hugs, Jenny x

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  8. Gorgeous background ..looks fab! Trace x

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  9. Love your Brr banner - brilliant background... This is going to build into a fabulous project as the year goes on!
    Alison x

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