Monday, June 4, 2012

IT'S BEEN A WHILE BETWEEN POSTS!

Unfortunately time has not been my own lately and I haven't had much time for crafting.  I finally got sponge to paper this weekend and came up with this card.

Not a beginners card - thats for sure!  It took a lot of post-it-notes to create this scene, but it was certainly worth killing a few trees for.  Not to mention, my sponges got a good workout too!

I have only used three colours to create this entire card: Marina Mist, Pool Party and Island Indigo.  A few dots of White Gel Pen and Dazzling Diamonds for the sea spray and it was finished.

24 comments:

  1. This is amazing Paula. I love your work and I am constantly in awe of what you create with ink, cardstock and post it notes.

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  2. WOW! That sure isn't a beginner's card! Love how the wave is crashing over - you've got the motion beautifully. Well done, #8!

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  3. OH MY GOODNESS! Sponging heaven!! I love this card Paula. Absolutely LOVE it. I am going to have to think hard about how you did it though. Any pointers coming this way? Especially interested in how you achieved the beautiful 'spray' effect.

    WOW. Gobsmacked!
    :-)

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  4. Wow Paula! This card is absolutely stunning. Again. WOW!

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  5. Oh wowsers! You are such a clever chick. I had to stop by just to see if it wasn't a photo thrown in there somewhere amongst that awesome sponging. This is stunning, Paula.

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  6. Love this Paula - you are so talented. Fantastic!!

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  7. What a beautiful work of art, Paula. Love how you've created the breaking waves - brilliant!

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  8. WOWZA! Paula that is STUNNING! Love it.

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  9. Definitely worth it...absolutely a work of art!

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  10. This is incredible Paula, l really thought it was a photo at first glance, so much talent my friend.
    Congrats and a big hug to you too. xxx

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  11. Paula this is magnificent! The colours are gorgeous & the motion you have captured with the waves is amazing! It reminds me of Japanese woodblock prints. :)

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  12. not a beginners card? pfft!! I could do this in my sleep!! (and by that I mean in my dreams!!) I am in awe! this is stunning - you rock! :)

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  13. WOW amazing card, can just about feel the spray off the waves.

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  14. What can I say - this has got to be my favourite card. You never cease to amaze us with your talent. There is so much movement in the waves you can also feel them coming towards you. Thank you for sharing this with us.

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  15. worth the wait chickee that is stunning

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  16. Wow! Just wow! Totally awesome! :-)

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  17. Blown away by your talent!
    That is fantastic!
    Get your ideas into a book
    and reap the benefits........
    Jan

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  18. Beautiful card Paula.
    Congrats on #8 Demo

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  19. Amazing! This card is sensational! Congrats on your top ten place! Hugs xxx

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  20. Seriously! How do you do it, Paula?!! This is, like, WOW! Will you be doing this anytime soon as a WOW??

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  21. Paula, you are the sponge-ing queen! Amazing! What a beautiful card. Your wave is PERFECT! :-)

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  22. Wow Paula, fantastic! I found this on Pinterest and had to come take a look. I'm off to check out the rest of your blog now. Well done!

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