Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Dezinaworld - Beneath the Ocean

I have made this framed collage today to enter the spot prize at Dezinaworld. June has some amazing images that can be used both digitally and for hybrid work. Her collage sheets are very reasonably priced and she also has a retirement sale at the moment too. Do go pop along and see what she has got  - images are changing all the time.

I have taken the photo in the half light this afternoon and like the blue tones it has given me, quite watery I thought. This project has given me an opportunity to use both real shells and some resin shells that I have in my collection and although you can't see it very well I have used a Cuttlebug embossing folder with inks and foils again.

Here's a photo taken with the flash on, which gives it a different feel altogether, but you can see where I have painted some of the fish scales with perfect pearls and cosmic shimmers and I used round dome stickers over the fish's eyes. I have also accented the fish using the Inkssentials white pen.




You can see the distressed frame on this photo, which was painted with acrylics and rock candy crackle paint. I really like this very shabby flower.

Each Thursday there is a spot prize for those who enter. I have wanted to for ages, but the time hasn't allowed me to do so, but I have stepped down from the OSAAT DT this week so I will have a little more time to play with different media and messy things. I also experimented with making a water anemone with muslin and distress inks and again I am pleased with the outcome.

Hope your day has gone well.

Don't forget to leave me a comment on my Blogaversary Giveaway telling me what is your favourite piece I have done in the last few months.

Thanks for stopping by and have a good evening.

luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox


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19 comments:

Jo Davies said...

Beautiful Brenda, love your layout and colours, looks fab, simply gorgeous! Jo xxxx

Dezinaworld said...

Oh Brenda this is gorgeous. what a beautiful piece,i love the shells and the resin piece and the top photo shows everything really well. also love your floral muslin piece. I am so so glad you joined in my friend, thank you.
also thanks for the lovely write up about the dezina blog, that is much appreciated.
hugs June,

Cindy Adkins said...

Wow, Brenda,
This is gorgeous!! I am doing a seaside theme in my online magazine in a about a month...would you like to be a guest artist? Just let me know and I will include this beautiful piece!!!
XO

Gram's Treasures said...

Hi Brenda lovely project, with lots of different techniques. Looks like you had fun!
Thanks for your lovely comments on my cards, and yes we have snow...only 2 or 3 inches for the moment, but it looks like its here to stay.
I had to buy new boots, but found out the hard way...not to go for a walk in them! Tootsies still giving problems, but special shoes are helping. I actually fractured some toes...don't know how long that takes to heal properly. You take care now, and hopefully winter takes it easy on you!
Joyce xx

Lisa Jane said...

OH this is fabulous Brenda - i love anything related to the sea.. and that muslin flower is gorgeous
Lisa ;)

Kathyk said...

LOVING that flower - another super duper project from you B

KAthyk

Sarah said...

This is a fabulous project Brenda
Ohhh!!!! I wish to be beside the seaside!!!! you have so many techniques on your gorgeous make, love your shabby flower beautiful creation chum, lots Hugs
Sarah xx

Kathyk said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog B - I LOATHE cooking, hubby does 99% of it - I only do soups and chilli's!! that's IT!!! Trust me, squash and orange pepper soup's absolutely "souper"!!!(sorry!)

Kathyk

Dawn said...

Oh Brenda I am sorry to hear you have left OSAAT. Once more a superb piece of work. Please keep in touch x

Pami said...

Hi Brenda, this is just wonderful, I love the flower, well just all of it really! Your head must be full of ideas all the time!! Pami x

Susan Allan said...

Absolutely gorgeous Brenda!!!
Sue xx

Cheryl said...

oh brenda this is amazing so much to look at,you will be missed am sure from OSAAT,just love your work so hope to see more now hugs cheryl xxx

Stampersue said...

I just had to say I love this undersea scene it is wonderful. I just love it.

Stampersue
X

Netty said...

Beautiful underwater scene Brenda and loving that shabby flower. I tried to email you but it came back to me as undelivered. Would be glad of your advice re Blogger. My email address is
annette6210@yahoo.co.uk
Not sure why its not showing up on my blog details.....don't tell me thats gone as well.......boo hoo.
Annette x

coldwaters2 said...

WOW Brenda this is absolutely fantastic, those fish look amazing this is a wonderful scene, I love it.
Hugs
Lorraine x

debby4000 said...

Oh this is fabulous Brenda and love the raggedy flower and all the fab details.
luv
Debby

Junibears said...

Gorgeous! Gorgeous Brenda! Please tell me how you made that raggedy flower! Hugs xx

Dora said...

Wow Wow Brenda, this is absolutely amazing, I love the fish in the background, and that flower is awesome! Did you do that yourself? Hugs xxx

Juls said...

wowzer!!!! everything about this is just utterly stunning!! Hugs Juls