Monday, July 28, 2008

CHA is over

Sorry that I have not posted in a while. Seems like everything I want to share is either being considered for publication or for the WWP/TPMS blog.

I can share with you the project that I did do for the WWP/TPMS booth at the CHA Summer 2008 convention in Chicago. My fellow teammates came out with some awesome stuff. I had to work with one of my fave things and that would be White High Gloss paper from WWP. I fell in love with WorldWin Papers High Gloss paper. It is the best glossy paper I have ever used. I am forever and hopelessly spoiled by the quality. If you ever want a great glossy paper for sure try High Gloss white.

Anyway, I had to come up with a wall hanging for my project. I love my inks and Ranger is one of my favorite ink companies. Especially the Adirondack and Distressed lines. I used the Adirondack alcohol inks on the polished stone background and the Distressed inks on the tiger to do photo tinting. The total size of the piece fit into an 8" x 10" frame.

I used some really small gold sticker letters to simply spell grace. The tiger is my OnyXpressions, it is one of my most favorite stamps. Krylon webbing spray is the other finishing touch along with the Krylon gold leafing pen. I don't know what I would do without either one of those products either. All the products I used are ones that I use on a constant basis. Hope you enjoy it. Hope you got to see it in person if you were at CHA.


Judiwithaneye00 said...

Just beautiful, Cindy. This must be a female tiger! She looks like she could jump off the page and give me a big sloppy kiss. I can't wait to see more.

Michi, Orange County, CA said...

Hi Cindy!
Your artwork is always SO sophisticated and GORGEOUS!!! I simply LOVE looking at your blog!! Your stories are so heartfelt . . . you are also a good writer!!!!!!

Michi, Orange County, CA said...

Cindy, I'm passing an award to you for your wonderful blog . . . go to my blog for the information . . . CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!

jackieb said...

I was at the Altered Art blog and was posting and when I did I saw your cute doggie.....what a cutie. Your art is beautiful.