Monday, April 23, 2012

Compendium of Curiosities Volume II

Today was all about playtime.

So it is the second week of challenges from Linda at Studio L3. To participate in CC2C #2, and to be eligible to win Angie's Tim Holtz Messenger Bag, create your own work of art using the Faux Patina technique on page 58, and link it to Studio L3 Blog using the InLinkz button at the bottom of her page. You're in the running as long as you honor these simple rules:

Follow the technique as it's written in A Compendium of Curiosities 2 on page 58 (adding your own special flair, of course!), and clearly state that the technique comes from Tim's book.

Include a link to Studio L3 in your blog post (or photo description if you're linking from an online photo-sharing site)

Out of respect to Tim, please don't post the technique instructions on your blog! Any entries that don't follow this rule will be unlinked.

if you need a book, Tim has them on his site. That said, I had a wonderful time creating elements from Tim's technique.

A variety of color trials



Using new Sizzix Embossing folders
Dragonfly on paperclay
Embossing powder on leaf




Love this technique

I hope you had a playtime this weekend.

12 comments:

Creatique Candy said...

STUNNING STUNNING STUNNING!!! I love altered jewlery & found this to be a really fun challenge & your post exemplification why "Faux Patina" can e addicting.
I also wanted to personally thank you very much for posting the instructions for the CC2C challenge, it is very kind of you.
I'm still oogling at your creations. TFS

Danee said...

I love your take on alcohol inks patina and the challenge. Really awesome stuff.

Kathy Ethington said...

Love love all your trinkets, and what wonderful colors. I'm off to try some..thanks for the inspiration. You are awesome!

Sara Jansen said...

mmmmm...so yummy. I love the embossed metals with the patinas and adore the large leaf on the lower left. Such fun to play with isn't it. Great to see your work. Thanks.

Sam said...

Lovely pieces you have created here. Great!

toni said...

Fabulous work, I love them all

Michelle said...

Very beautiful pieces! I would be hard pressed to pick a favorite. I have only dappled in jewelry making since I purchased the first round of Vintaj embossing folders. I have the second set on order along with the patinas. Your pieces have inspired me.

Peg Robinson said...

Thanks Michelle. Nice to here from someone in a neighboring state. I love your inspiring work too.

Linda Ledbetter said...

Spectacular work, Peg! I feel like I'm looking at the blog for a high-end boutique. You really did a fantastic job with the Faux Patina-- your post is like a candy store for grown ups!!! Thanks so much for joining the challenge (and inspiring me to make a LOT more jewerlry!).

Marjie Kemper said...

Peg, these are amazing! Total eye candy.

Carol said...

Wow you did have fun! Marvelous collation of faux patina, love the variety and colors!!!

artbyvic said...

Beautiful pieces!