I tore one of the faces out and separated the tissue. This leaves a very delicate image which, when adhered to the surface looks more like a transferred image as the edges are barely detectable. Once the face was applied, I used Distress markers to colour her eyes and mouth. It was then that I realized that she had to have wings. I used a chip board set from my stash, which I think are by Maya Road, I coated them with Studio Gesso and used a technique Tim Holtz demoed, to colour Distress Stickles Dry Glitter with alcohol ink. I just added a few drops of Water Melon Alcohol Ink to a dessert spoon full of Dry Glitter and stirred until it was fully mixed. I really like her sugary pink wings. The sentiment just came to me, 'She painted till her hair fell out'. I printed this out onto a tissue using a set of letter stamps and adhered each word with Studio Matte Multi Medium.
eclectic Paperie Blog, follow the link to the e Team Picks Challenge, on the sidebar and you'll see Tracy's brilliantly altered paintbrush along with full instructions on how to enter your creation. You'll also find plenty of inspiration from other members amazing eclectic Paperie design team. Who Knows, you could even win a gift certificate for the fabulous eP shop. where you'll also find many of the supplies I've used for this project. I'm also entering Little Miss Art Mojo into the Vintage Stamping Challenges Wings and Things challenge. x