Friday, 3 April 2009

Inky Metal Art

Hey Peeps,

I had a lovely day yesterday; Linda came over to play and we got all inky and messy and played with some metal and Alcohol inks and this is what I made.



I ran the metal thru the Cuttlebug, using embossing folders and then sploshed some Kuretake Alcohol inks on to the metal.



I used mountboard to stick the metal to and then applied these to an 8x8 oil board that I had also alochol inked and also done some background stamping.



Thanks for looking :O))

Hels x

16 comments:

Linda Elbourne said...

Love love love it ... am off to fonish mine shortly. I had a fab time XXXXXXXXX

Minx said...

Oh goodie, is this the IOU pressie you mentioned in my card LOL

Another stunning piece of PinkleArt xx

Oh and congrats on your publication xxx

mrsspook said...

I love it Hels, it would look fab in my front room lol
June x

mrsspook said...

OOh and well done you for getting one of your designs in a mag...now I have to go and find it I want that stamp!

Andrea said...

just a beautiful piece and huge well done for your craft stamper fame this month, well deserved and I have a famous friend, good for you Hels xx

Hels said...

hey Linda, hope you "fonish" yours soon so I can see your heavenly background again.....Minxy, who is a cheeky one then????? Actually, this isn't your IOU but it can be if you would like it to be hun :O)) mrs Spook, thanks ever so much hun, that is lovley of you to say and Andrea, thanks babes...don't know about the famous bit though LOL hugs xx

* Shaz * said...

Oh wow!!!! this is gorgeous Hels wished i was as clever as you xx

* Shaz * said...

forgot to say congratulations on getting into this months Craft Stamper magazine great stuff and the free stamp is gorgeous xxx

crafty creations said...

Absolutely stunning Hels - your work is amazing

AND I've got my craft stamper - many congrats!!!!

X Hilda

Hels said...

Thanks peeps :O))

slowef said...

Thats fab, would you mind if I try making one of these? Its a wonderful idea
xx

Cindie Jackson said...

I ran across your blog today while looking for altered metal art (I want to do some and I'm looking for more ideas and technique training....). I LOVE the metal piece you have posted, and your entire blog is filled with great stuff!! -- I'll definitely be spending time here! -- I have a a question (if you don't mind) What type of metal did you use for this piece? -- and where did you get it? -- A new fan! Cindie Jackson

Hels said...

Hi there, Slowef, no worries hun, go for it and have fun playing!!! Cindie, the metal is from Ten Seconds Studio's and I bought it from www.lbcrafts.co.uk Have fun and I warn you, once you start playing with the metal, well...it is soooo addictive!!! If you give them a call at LB they are so clever and helpful they will be able to point you in the right direction. Thanks for the lovely comment too...bless you xx

Elmi said...

I love this! I have not seen anything like this before... it made me look at the Cuttlebug with new eyes! :) You are so creative!

Kinglake said...

First of all concratulations on getting your work in the craft stamper... Now i love this what you have made ,it is great xx jo xx

disa said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.

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