Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Dylusions Stencils, more 'Whacking' with Distress Stains and Designs By Ryn Stamps.


Afternoon Bloggers!
I've been 'whacking' the Distress Stains again today.
Super splattering effect that results from having a good old whack!


I'm loving this inky Journal stuff and plan to do a lot more.
It makes a right mess but who cares! 
 Distress Stains, Distress inks, Dylusions Stencils, used on this page.
Plus Designs by Ryn Stamps and some white acrylic paint


Thank for looking again today .
I see some new followers! A warm welcome x
Back tomorrow with those Sweet Poppy Stencils TV samples ! 
Eileen xxx

26 comments:

  1. I just love the splatters which result from thumping the distress stains onto the surface. Those water droplets are just the perfect thing to bring the splats together to make it look as if they were intentional!!! (which they were of course LOL)

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  2. I SOOOO agree with you Eileen - it's SUCH good fun. Am loving my own Art Journal journey of discovery. Definitely going to give my one DI stain a SPLAT tonight . . . and will get the white acrylic paint out NATURALLY! Thanks for the ink-spiration! Gawd bless ya Guv xxx

    Hugs
    Sarn xxx

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  3. Gawd bless yer back Sarn ... love from 'the guv'!

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  4. The master splatterer at work :-) sooo cool Eileen x

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  5. Een geweldig resultaat.
    liefs Rianne

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  6. Brilliant splats ...... love them :) xxx

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  7. Definitely superior splats. FAB colour mix.

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  8. I cannot find the right words to explain my feelings see this artwork.
    Just keep on looking. Zo very special. Thank you Anneke.
    www.annekescardart.blogspot.com

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  9. Such wonderful comments ... thank you all so much .... very kind
    Eileen xxxx

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  10. What a grandiose new page, I'm fascinated, wonderful playing with brilliant colors! love your inspiring ideas.
    Hugs Anja

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  11. Stunning, the colours and splats are fabulous and Ryn's stamps look fabulous.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  12. Brilliant! I love those ink splats.
    Julia

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  13. LOve this Eileen, really arty and loads of fun. The drops of water give cohesion to the whole page along with your disappearing red dots, great journal page, Gay x

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  14. Love this page Eileen. That eye is wonderful too. Tho Hubby says it is "a bit freaky"! You cannot please 'em all ey! I like it and that is what counts ey!
    Hugs
    xx

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  15. An explosion of colour and beauty xx

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  17. What can I add after all these comments Eileen, just can repeat it; gorgeous as always! warm greet Miranda

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  18. What a fantastic explosion of colour Eileen your cards are always gorgeous xx

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  19. I love (and when I say love I mean LOVE) your blog and this is gorgeous!! Do you mind if I take your lead and try something like this myself?
    Sandy

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  20. Hey Eileen, you really helped to get those Droplets out there in the beginning. I'm not sure how many of you have them in total now... You've made me curious! I'm just loving the paint splatter and the way you make such great compositions out of it all. Always a pleasure to see what you are up to. Thanks again!!! :)

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  21. Another splatteringly awesome page Eileen, you really are the 'guv' you simply amaze me with what you continue to produce. Hugs Dee x

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  22. Love this, its gorgeous!
    have a great weekend!
    Groetjes Karin x

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  23. WOW! way cool! I love that. I'm sort of speechless. (in a really good way)

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  24. Eileen! I love your blog and have subscribed to your newsletter. I was excited to see this card posted in the pre-class On-Line Stencils gallery today because i was just sharing with one of the gals a card you did with stencils and microbeads!! I pinned them both on Pinterest too. Love your work!! Hugs, Anne

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  25. I love this, I have never tried anything like it myself. I would like to though
    Janice

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