Sunday, 12 April 2009

My 100th post! (Ten lots of Ten part one)

Happy Easter! Well, here I am at my hundredth post and I'm finding it dificult to believe! This blogging business has been rather addictive and I have thoroughly enjoyed it so far. I set my mind to thinking of what I could do to make it a bit special and came up with a theme that will run for the next few weeks, finishing up with some blog candy... watch this space! I wanted my theme to relate to the 100th post, but didn't want to do one project with 100 parts, so I decided to go with 10 lots of 10. I'm going to complete 10 projects with 10 things on them, so it might be 10 stamped images on one or 10 embelishments on another. If I get stuck it might even be 10cm of ribbon or 10 words! Anyway, here are my first 3 items. Each one features 10 rainbow drops. That is 30/100 - 70 more to go! The art work is A7 in size before mounting. The background was made using creative colour sprays and the swirls were added freehand using rainbow colour glaze. I used gel pens to add a few highlights.
The sheen on them is lovely, but you can't really tell in the photos. The question is, would any of you like them? They could be stuck to the front of a card, or framed. If you would like one leave me a comment. Better still, become a follower if you are not already.

Once I have completed all ten I will put the names of everyone who has commented and all my followers into a hat and pull out a name or two to recieve a few goodies (artwork and blog candy). I'm aiming to get a few regular visitors to be a bit less shy!

7 comments:

  1. Great idea, Sally. Congratulations on your 100th post. Love the artwork too.

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  2. Congratulations! Your pieces are lovely and I love the shiny little pebbles :-)

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  3. love the idea Sal, suspect you are now blog addicted :-) your cards are lovely so count me in please

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  4. Hello fellow blog addict. Congrats on your 100th post, I have a bit of catching up to do. You've set yourself a real task but I can't wait to see what you come up with. I love your art work it's beautiful.

    Lisax

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  5. these are gorgeous pieces of work

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  6. Ohhh simply gorgeous and congrats !!!
    Hugs June xxx

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  7. Hi Sally, it's a great idea to do a 10 x 10. I love your swirlies - congratulation on your 100! xx

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