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Adrienne Goodenough, Wales, U.K.
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Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM025 Med Fossil

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Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM025 Med Fossil

For further information please see our Tutorials page
 
Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM025 Med Fossil

For further information please see our Tutorials page
  
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Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM094 Med Circles
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart
AM148 Lge Sun Moon

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Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM094 Med Circles

For further information please see our Tutorials page
  
Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM071 XLge Sunny Face

For further information please see our Tutorials page
  

 

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Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM172 Med Moon Face Small

For further information please see our Tutorials page
  
Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM172 Med Moon Face Small

For further information please see our Tutorials page
  
Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM172 Med Moon Face Small

For further information please see our Tutorials page
  
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Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart

For further information please see our Tutorials page
  
Art and Soul Trades /
Laminate Necklace
using
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart

For further information please see our Tutorials page
  
ATC Trio
using
AM071 XLge Sunny Face
AM148 Lge Sun Moon
AM157 XLge Daisy No 1

Cast with friendly plastic. Two of the backgrounds were made with Opals embossing enamels and the third is a 'faux fantasy glass' made with Fantasy Film.
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Card
using
AM157 XLge Daisy No 1

Made a card with a 'metal' theme - rusty piece is done using Modern Options patina finishes, textured shiny gold piece is cardstock with textured items glued on then painted with gold acrylic paint, rough textured piece is done using 3 layers of Stewart Gill Patina Gold embossing powder, and the little sunflower is a this partial mould made from friendly plastic, dulled down with Rub On waxes.
 
ATC
using
AM185 XLge Swirl

Cast moulded with friendly plastic, painted with Lumieres. Background paper weaving is stamped using a NonSequitur stamp on a background done with Lumiere paints.
 
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Altered Tin
using
AM172 Med Moon Face Small
Altered Tin (inside)
using
AM071 XLge Sunny Face

We have a lizard mould and a gecko mould in the Flora/Fauna section.

 

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Fabric ATC
using
AM172 Med Moon Face Small
Fabric ATC
using
AM157 XLge Daisy No 1
 
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Art from the Heart
using
AM009 Med Floral Heart

This is a piece done using a cat food can, alcohol inks, copper wire, tiny beads and a an air dry clay floral heart piece painted with Lumieres.
Siblings ATC
using
AM009 Med Floral Heart

also air dried clay heart, painted with black acrylic paint and Lumieres, mounted onto a collage of background papers and a photograph.


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Petrified
using
AM089 XXLge Face with Scarf

Petrified card was done with Scarf Lady mould using Sculpey Granitex mounted onto cardstock stamped with copper Brilliance and a Hearts in Touch stamp, mounted onto some handmade paper, mounted onto a card with the same HIT stamp stamped with versamark.
Tool Time
using
AM089 XXLge Face with Scarf

Made using UTEE with Ranger dye it - blue colouring and the Face with Scarf Art Mould, mounted onto a piece of Caught in Crystal with extra blue veins done with a Sharpie pen, mounted onto matte seagreen cardstock with Lumieres dabbed on at random.
Film Canister Art Doll
using
AM089 XXLge Face with Scarf

The film canister fairy is made with recycled elements dabbed with alcohol inks, head done with scarf lady moulded head, feet and hands in air dry clay painted with pearlescent acrylics - this was done for Linda's (Aftermidnight Art Stamps) 'found object' challenge in 2005 - the film canister was the found object that was the basis for the piece, which had to be created using materials sold on the After Midnight website. There are wings made from Sheer heaven coloured with alcohol inks, and the trousers and sleeves were made of punchinella coloured with alcohol inks.

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Black Daisy
using
AM157 XLge Daisy No 1

also webbing spray background with gold mirror card mounted on top, and finally a sunflower moulded piece made with black hot glue with gold ink veins running through it, produced by inking up some of the hot glue pieces with gold Brilliance ink prior to melting the glue in the mould.



Altered Journal Front
using
AM157 XLge Daisy No 1

Stamped all over journal cover with a Time to Stamp ATC background stamp and Brilliance Galaxy Gold, then 3 echinacea stamped onto transparencies and embossed with different embossing powders were added, finally 5 sunflower moulded pieces were added - the bottom 4 were air dry clay painted with lumieres, the top one was black hot glue with gold 'veins' produced by inking up some of the hot glue pieces with gold Brilliance ink prior to melting the glue in the mould.

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ATC
using
AM200 XXLge Oval Frame

also air dry clay, painted with acrylic paint and rubbed with rub ons, mounted onto an ATC made of background papers and a baby image

ATC
using
AM200 XXLge Oval Frame

also: air dry clay painted with Lumieres for the frame, a section of a Stampers Anonymous stamp for the face, and a brayered rubber-band background using VersaMark ink and Ranger intereference red embossing powder as a resist for Ranger colorwashes on cardstcock for the background.
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Ginkgo Biloba ATC
using
AM260 XLge - Ginkgo Medium

also used: black hot glue in the mould, the gauze technique background (using Ranger colorwashes, floor polish and cling film with gauze to produce a stiffened background fabric) and hero arts lettering stamps and Brilliance ink on black card for the 'label'.
ATC
using
AM148 Lge Sun Moon

Also used air dry clay, painted with black acrylic then Stewart Gill Alchemy paints. Background also created with Stewart Gill paints. Text is stamped with Brilliance inks in gold, silver, and copper using Hero Arts lettering stamps.
ATC
using
AM238 XXLge Madonna Profile

Also used air dry clay, painted with black acrylic then Stewart Gill Alchemy paints. Background also created with Stewart Gill paints. Stars are peel offs, text is stamped with Brilliance inks in gold, silver, and lightning black using Hero Arts lettering stamps. Circular text is a Non Sequitur stamp and Colorbox fluid chalk ink.

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