Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Diva's challenge #237

Charlotte Carpentier is this week's guest blogger at Laura's blog. Charlotte challenges us to find something to use for a stencil and create a string of it with (spray) paint, and then tangle it.

I don't have a proper stencil, nor spray paint. So, as Charlotte suggested, I cut a paper snow flake:


Then I used watercolor to create a string, let the tile dry and tangled away :-)


Thank you Charlotte, for challenging me to create in a different way than normal. That's one of the things I love about participating in challenges: thinking out of your own box ;-)

14 comments:

  1. Wonderful use of a paper snowflake stencil. The finished piece has a snowflake look to it too!

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  2. For such a simple initial idea, this works really well and your choice of patterns is really nice.

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  3. Very creative response to the challenge. I like it.

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  4. Mooi Ilse, zou zomaar een kerstkaart kunnen worden. En ja als je geen templates hebt moet je creatief zijn, dat heb jij weer bewezen met deze uitdaging.

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  5. Very pretty and lovely, lovely colours. Axxx

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  6. :-) I love pushing people's boundaries. You did a great take on just what I was talking about. My first stencils were household items...and whatever spray bottle or sponge or cotton ball I could get my hands on.

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  7. Leuk, je kindertijd komt zo wel terug. Er was een tijd dat mijn hele huis vol lag met (vaak verschoten) papieren kleedjes die mijn kinderen maakten :-)

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  8. It never occurred to me to make my own stencil. The snowflake works very well. I like the tangles and colors you chose against the blue background.

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  9. Pretty! Love your creattvity!

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  10. Beautiful tile! I especially like the middle part, it is so three-dimensional and colorful. And I am glad that I am not the only one who didn't have a proper stencil and therefore cut one from paper.

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