Zodiac Sign: Aries
Lives: Morton, small town in Central Illinois, USA
Loving to collect junk from flea markets for collage...then hoarding the stuff in drawers!
Blog, website or gallery:
STAMP and getting inky! But I like painting, too. Started as a watercolor artist. And love taking photos. I took a few classes in photography to take shots of my garden.
Loves to create:
Anything using paint, wood, paper, canvas, wire...LOVE wire! And having a Studio Party with my grandkids. They all love to make art projects. I love to create my garden in the spring...so the rabbits can have a buffet in it!
Favourite Darkroom Door product:
The Doors Stamps!
Have you ever been in a darkroom?
Let’s say you’re invited to come into our darkroom for a day. What would you bring with you?
Notebook to try to remember everything I learned there.
Are you afraid of the dark?
Nope, practice walking around in the dark after DH is asleep in case I ever become blind...just to see if I could do it. I really pretty good at it now.
Now onto the projects...
* Darkroom Door Paper: Rialto, San Marco
* Darkroom Door Stamps: Doors
* Tim Holtz Grungeboard
* Tim Holtz Distress Ink
* Adirondack Paint Dabbers: Gold, Copper
* Collections word
* Other: wire, metal star etc
Spread Your Wings:
* Darkroom Door Stamps: Wildflowers
* Darkroom Door Paper: San Marco
* Watercolour paper
* Tim Holtz Distress Inks
* Versafine Ink
* Black ribbon
Linda says: The card starts on 140lb. coldpress watercolor paper. I sprayed water on first, then used Distress Inks and applicators to swipe color across the page to represent a sunrise sky. The flowers and butterfly were stamped after the paper dried and layered onto black cardstock. I then stamped the pink Bazzill cardstock in Smoky Grey Versafine ink using the largest flower head around the edges. It was then layered onto the San Marco paper. Finally a ribbon was added as well as the layered up words.
Linda has created 5 projects that will be featured over the next 3 days on the blog... so make sure you come back each day to see her amazing work!