Saturday, November 25, 2006

Playing with Paisley


Ive been playing with paisley, great fun! Ive had a go at making the paper I intended to do for this dare but mucked up! This time I took my scanned paisley doodle, printed onto basic Grey Sublime and coloured in with pencils and chalks. Its a simple little card, curled up flowers influenced by the fantastic Carole Jansen who just does the most amazing 3D scrapping. Actually now that Ive seen the photo I think Im going to glossy accent the middle of those flowers...

Thats all for today, my face has swolen up something rotten (see dentist post below) so Im off out to see some good friends now its dark enough to leave the house without scaring children!

10 comments:

Lynne.x said...

Rhi I love your doodling - fabby.
Hope to get the dare and last weeks little extra done over the weekend.

{{{Hugz}}}, hope your mouth feels better soon.xx

Saffa said...

RHI...your paisleys are AMAZING!!! You should work of Basic grey or something as you are one talented chick!

This card is flipping gorgeous simple and stylish love it love it!

Glad you survived the dentist!

xxSaffa

Kathy said...

You are so clever with this doodling lark!

Hope you're feeling better soon

Tracey said...

Rhi, your paisley is just amazing. You have inspired me to have a go with the doodle dare (so don't be surprised if I put a paisley card in).

Take care too!

Kel said...

Please can I have some of that doodling? It's amazing hun - the card is fab!

Gillian Hamilton said...

Oh just beautiful.....

Paula said...

Love the paisley. I think it is a fab idea for a doodle & would look good for an xmas card. I might have to go & scrap/card lift the idea!
Hope your mouth is feeling a bit better.:)

J@cqueline's craft nest said...

This card is amazing! So love the Basic Grey print and the colouring (what a fab idea!!)
Jacqueline

Wife2TJ said...

What a beautiful card. Love the colors, and I love paisly prints!

Maisymary's Findings said...

What wonderful use of the BG Sublime paper ! Love everything about it ! Clever idea - scanning your doodles & printing them unto other papers.