Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Moths to a flame

Hi all,
I'm SUE RODDIS AKA JABBERWOCKY and it's time for my stint as guest designer here on the CREATIVE TEAM blog.

My first piece is a double page journal spread made in my A5 Moleskine journal.



I used one of my very fav techniques to colour the pages......apply gesso and let dry. Rub over with Distress ink pads.....I used Rusty Hinge, Olive and Black Soot......spray with water to mingle the colours. Let dry or help long with a heat gun.




Stamp fragments of the lace background around the edges, add cogs stamped over the top.




Stamp the open lightbulb image over some old book pages, cut them out. Stamp the cogs lightbulb over plain paper and cut out. Arrange the bulbs acros the pages and draw in hanging wires.
Stamp the small butterfly over book pages and cut out, arrange them among the bulbs.





Add some extra colour to the plain lightbulbs and butterflies using Distress inks and a water brush.

Ok that's me for now.......I'll be back later in the month with another project.

12 comments:

Sarah Schwerin said...

WOW this is so awesome! I love those stamps and what you've done with them!!

Sandra said...

very fun!
Love them!
Sandra ltb

Jennie said...

Gorgeous pag , loving it! Thank you for joining us here at The Artistic Stamper :)

Helen said...

Fantastic!! I love how you used those lightbulbs - I have them and never used them (hangs head in shame.... don't tell Jennie, rofl!) but now you have inspired me!

Joanne said...

I like this a lot. This is definitely one to try. Thanks for showing us.

Artyjen said...

Gorgeous! A stuning use of the stamps :)
xoxo Sioux

Piddawinkle said...

lush work, so inspiring

Jacqueline said...

Oh WOW!! I just adore that! Fantastic work and Thank You for sharing.

jackie x

Netty said...

Oh wow fab journal pages, love them.

Lynn Stevens said...

fabulous work Sue!

Kat said...

whoow, how stunningly gorgous is this Sue,
don't know weather it's the colours or the things you have used,
but I think it's amazing,
I'm a big fan of your work anyway & I visit your bolg all the time,
but this page has the wow factor for me.
have a crafty day,
Kat.

craftytrog said...

This is fabulous Sue! Great techniques! x