Thursday 14 July 2016

Summer 2016 #3UP {Lynne Perrella}

Hello, Leandra here

And we're back in the room for a second brilliant post today!

It's time to get up close and personal with the dignified and unsurpassed Lynne Perrella Collection. If you love collage stamps, look no further, and yes, we couldn't resist some infusion magic with these!

So kick back, and hop around another 3 blogs to leave your comments for these lovely bloggers who have created truly beautiful projects.

Enjoy, Leandra

First up this evening we have Lynn Price.

Hi, Lynn Price here! I have been dabbling in mixed media for almost two years. I absolutely love experimenting, and I had a blast playing with the new PaperArtsy Infusions!

My experiments brought me many interesting results; for this 3UP, I showcased a variety of substrates using the Infusion powders.

This depicts the first phase of several applications of the Infusions to matte photo paper. The way the color and walnut crystals work together fascinates me!

I stamped this wonderful image from LPC026 onto Yupo paper. I love how it emulates white marble!

To see the full project please visit my blog post HERE.

Places to find Lynn.

Next up this evening we have Autumn Clark. 

Hello! I’m Autumn Clark from SewPaperPaint. I define my style as grunge meets elegance. I love to distress everything and balance my work with a touch of pretty and neat.

I used LPC 028, this gorgeous set inspired me to create an intricate paper doll, complete with vintage lace train. She is floating in a moody sky of Infusions over her city.

To create my background I alternated mixing Infusions on either side of a canvas, allowing the drips to form and meet.

My favorite part of my experimentation with Infusions was discovering this beautiful water splatter technique. Because Infusions are so highly soluble, and as a dye, non-permanent, the blotted splashes lifts the color right off the canvas.

To see the full project please visit my blog post HERE.

Places to find Autumn.
Pinterest: Autumn Clark
Instagram: Sew Paper Paint

Finally this evening we have a project from Ellie Knol.

Hello, I am Ellie Knol!
I like challenges. It makes me have to think outside the box. These Lynne Perrella stamps, now how on earth was I going to use these!? They are so different to any style of stamps I have ever used!

I chose to alter a CD-tin and CD, and to use (black ├índ white) heat embossing to show the beauty of the Royal Blood shade of Infusions. This lady looks to be a royal, and it would lend itself to be on a real CD and tin all by itself.

Here you can see the difference between using a brush to mix the colors (top of the background), or leave the misted water to do its work (downward). LOVE all the different colors in the Royal Blood Infusions; from purple to deep blue, and even some greenish teal tints.

I finished the background with more stamping: with a script stamp (postage) and a bubble stamp. I added some color to the bubbles and the woman with a watercolor pencil. I amazed myself in finishing this project so fast, and it was such fun, that I am now really feeling different about this type of stamp. I couldn't have imagined that!!

To see this project in full please visit my blog posts HERE.

Places to find Ellie.
Facebook: Ellie Knol
Pinterest: Ellie Knol

Wow, what a fantastic evening, two posts for the price of one!

Lynne Perrella stamps have such an elegant quality and these projects have all shown the stunning stamp details . Fantastic experiments and techniques being showcased with the infusions too. Hopefully these projects have given you some great inspiration. 

See you tomorrow for another 3 guests and 3 more projects.



JoFY said...

Lovely lovely projects & interesting use of stamps and products. x

Helen said...

Another three beautiful projects. Clever ladies x

PaperArtsy said...

Oh my goodness, more loveliness with these beautiful stamps, I love what you each have done! Thank you so much for all your hard work and fab attention to detail!, Leandra

Caz said...

Great projects showing the different effects with infusions

Linda said...

Fabulous projects x

geezercrafter said...

Really enjoyed looking at these amazing projects, off to see the blogs!!!

Artmadnana said...

What a wonderful contrast to the earlier fun stamps from JoFy. This was a great idea to post these back to back. I adore Lynne Perrella stamps. I love this medieval look. The infusions work so well with them don't they? Three gorgeous projects in this section. So creative.

Miriam said...

Lovely projects - aren't infusions just great?!

Notations of a Crafter said...

Wow and double wow what a contrast from the earlier post. Just love these especially Ellie's cd tin. Love infusions and royal blood has to be my favourite

Ellie Knol said...

Gorgeous projects, teammates!

Unknown said...

Fab projects! I've got to get some of those infusions!

Inky and Quirky Designs said...

Gorgeous,what absolutely stunning creations!
Donna xx

G Peplow said...

Fabulous art, love these projects :D

Julie Lee said...

I've just been blown away by these wonderful projects! I think all 3 have brought out both the beauty and the quirkiness of Lynne's original designs brilliantly. Really inspiring stuff. xx

Words and Pictures said...

What a glorious post full of LP inspiration... all three projects are gorgeous - lovely work Lynn, Autumn and Ellie.
Alison x

Cocofolies said...

Three wonderful projects... They showcase perfectly the interest of Infusions combined to such fabulous stamps. Well done ladies :) x

Anonymous said...

Stunning display of not only Lynne Perrella stamps but also Infusions. A wonderful post where each artist's individual style shines through.

Lauren Hatwell said...

Gorgeous makes everybody. Amazing inspiration. Lx

Etsuko said...

These are amazing art works, I was inspired by they inspiration and infusions technique. Just wonderful. xx

SewPaperPaint said...

Lynn and Ellie, it was a pleasure to create along side of you two amazing artists! Both of you inspired me tremendously! Beautiful creations! Thank you PaperArtsy for this amazing week and wonderful opportunity! <3

Unknown said...

Sorry I'm late guys, just catching up, awesome projects and such variety, love them, well done!
happy craftin

rachel said...

wonderful - I love all the inspiration tonight - fantastic x

craftimamma said...

Wonderful projects from the #3Up designers once again and using the stunning Lynne Perrella stamps! Well done ladies you did a fabulous job!

Lesley Xx

Nikki K said...

Stunning projects ladies, really eyecatching and individual. xx

Kirsten said...

Fantastic projejcts, a great combination of images & Infusions.