Friday, 28 August 2009

The three muses... hands

The challenge this week over at the three muses is 'HANDS'.
The girls and i spent most of the morning making a batch of backgrounds... they love doing this.. this one is made from metallic acrylic paint, mixed with a little soap and bubbles blown into it...
I used a 'non sequtur stamp' of a hand holding a small child. i coloured the image with metallic pencils.
The vines are also a non sequtur stamp.
Thank you for taking time to look.
hugs lynx

12 comments:

  1. This is different isn't it? Looks a bit rude and wierd at the same time, but in a nice way!!
    Hope you are well.
    Hugs,
    Teri xx

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  2. Oh my goodness I hope everyone takes the time to enlarge this to it's full size as there is so much to see. I am fascinated by the idea of those bubbles in the background and I love your little child in the hand. Beautiful work.

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  3. Wow... fantastic background... truly lovely card!

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  4. Lyn, this is superb. A real piece of art, love the soap and bubble effect on the background
    Beryl x

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  5. oh i love it! and i love backgrounds - especially free ones - LOL.

    hugs,

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  6. Hello, really wanted to leave a comment for you because your blog is so beautiful. Time flies when you're having fun and I've really enjoyed reading your interesting posts. Your pictures are brilliant too. Thank you for sharing them and have a great weekend - best wishes....

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  7. This is SO lovely! What an awesome interpretation. Hugs, Terri

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  8. oh hun this is just amazing so much detail looks fabulous enlarged briliant love cheryl xxxxxxxxx

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  9. An exquisite little piece...the poignant image...the colors...the background...inspiring!

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  10. My compliments to "the girls" for that bubble background. It's a beautiful backdrop for the stamp you've chosen. Lovely page!

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  11. I hope everyone enlarges your picture because the detail and gilding in the background is exquisite. Certainly much too beautiful to miss. Your stamp is unusual but so interesting and eye-catching. Congratulations on a superb piece of artwork.

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  12. Gorjus, gorjus work over the past few days Lyn.

    Love Karen x

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