Hi everyone. We are showcasing Masculine projects this week at Inspired by Stamping and I have come up with a 3D project to share with you.
I must admit I was quite stuck as I rarely do masculine cards let alone 3D projects. Great way to get me out of my comfort zone!!
I have created a watercoloured kookaburra and then framed it.
I started by embossing my kookaburra with black powder onto watercolour paper and using SU! inks, used a brush to add my colour.
I dried the paint between washes to create different layers of colour.
I really had fun making this little fella and it would be very easy to create a gift box to pop the frame into.
I would like to enter my 'Kookie' into the following challenges -
Uniko - Things with Wings
The Crafter's Cafe - Animal Antics
Thanks so much for looking xx
my goodness Kylie this is gorgeous-I want it!! The colouring of the bird is perfect and I love how you have complimented these colours with the wash-a real stunner and so pleased you joined us at Uniko xReplyDelete
Wow Kylie you must have been tapping your fingers waiting for this challenge to start!!!ReplyDelete
Well done on being first in with a wonderful project. Superb winged image and stunning colours.
thanks for playing along at Uniko Studio. Hugs Sarah x
Such a handsome kookaburra you've created, Kylie! He certainly deserves framing...so eye-catching!ReplyDelete
What a stunning first project into the Uniko Studio Challenge :) Love the Kookaburra and an awesome masculine card too. Hugs Bev xReplyDelete
Hi Kylie - this is gorgeous. I love the depth of colour with the watercolouring. Such a fab bird too - perfect for you! Thanks so much for playing along with Uniko Studio this month. xxReplyDelete
Brilliant, love the image and fantastic colouring.ReplyDelete
Love the watercolour background for this fabulous bird image, Kylie! Great to see you over at Uniko Studio :)ReplyDelete
Great job on the watercolour washed background Kylie. LOVE the image of your Kookie! :) He is awesome! xxReplyDelete
I love kookaburras! This is beautiful! Great background. :-)ReplyDelete
supperrrrrrrrrrrrr Thank you for taking part in the crafter's cafe blog challenge no 112.ReplyDelete