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2009-05-18 One-stroke daisy samples

2009/05/18

I ran out of paper to practice on and when I was at Wal-Mart this past weekend I was in their painting isle looking for some. A pad of acrylic paper was about $6 for 20 sheets. While I was thinking that over I walked over to the scrapbooking isle and found this pad of DSP. 40 Sheets of assorted colors and designs with matching punch outs for about $8.
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I’m always adding color to the background anyway so why not just use a patterned paper. I now have matching papers & punch outs to make a nice finished greeting card. Here is a close up of the painting.
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Watch later this week…hopefully I can get a card mounted, a posted.

Also, if you want a DVD of your own, click on my sidebar. It will take you to Amazon where you can easily get some of your own and then practice too.

7 Comments leave one →
  1. 2009/05/19 6:48 am

    Very pretty! And congrats on having your Tri-Shutter card featured on SCS as the Technique Challenge!!

  2. 2009/05/19 6:48 am

    There’s a saying here at my house…”If it sits still, I’m gonna paint on it !” Great buy and great paintings..
    Thank you so much for the thank you card… I was born in March and that is my birth flower…the Jonquil/Daffodil….Love it!!!

  3. 2009/05/19 1:24 pm

    Love your OS cards. So pretty. I do OS too and your giving me incentive to go back to painting. I haven’t painted in over a year. I wanted to thank you for your Tri Shutter card tutorial too. Just love it. Can’t wait to check back with ya. *smile*

  4. Angel Eyes permalink
    2009/05/20 4:51 am

    Wowwwwwwwwww these are brilliant,,,I hav’nt tried this style of painting,,another on my list to do list…thanks for sharing…xxx…Angel Eyes…

  5. 2009/05/21 8:19 pm

    Looks like you had a fun day with your friend! very pretty!

  6. 2009/05/29 9:07 am

    Such an awesome idea to paint directly onto the patterned paper! Loving your one stroke daisies, especially the little extra swirlies.

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