Friday, February 13, 2009

Calendar Girls February Postcard

This year each months calendar page is selected by a different member of the group.
This month it was Sandy's turn and the page she has selected is shown in the bottom picture.
I wanted to do something different this month although I kept thinking "embellisher" until I found that I had a stamp of a unicorn that I could use.
I know he is facing the wrong way but what the heck it is still a unicorn .
I painted layers of different acrylic paints onto tyvek until I got the effect that I was looking for -then I added some Jo Sonja's interference paint to give it a bit of zing.
Next I used the heat gun to get the textured look that I was after and finally added some "Goldfinger" to the raised sections.
The unicorn was stamped onto black card using a Versamark stamp pad and some gold and green embossing powders were added and then heated with the heat gun.
I cut the card into a circle and stitched it to the Tyvek.
I hope Carol Likes it.

Here is the calendar page that we are working from this month.

This years challenge is very interesting with such a variety of calendar pages--if you want to see how the other girls have interpreted this page take a look here.


Fran├žoise said...

Beautiful! I'm sure she will like it.

Emmy said...

yes it is very beautiful

Carol said...

I love it Doreen, the colours are just lovely and the texture is just up my street, you know how I love texture!!!!! Love Carol T

Shirley Anne Sherris said...

Clever interpretation Doreen. I always have trouble bubbling my Tyvec. Wish it would stay flatter like yours.It is either too much or too little. One day I will get it right.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Oooh...nice! I love unicorns and both these pictures are lovely.

Maureen said...

Love those colours Doreen

Joei Rhode Island said...

You captured the essence for sure but with your own twist.
Don't you just *love* Tyvek?

hippopip said...

Its just gret Doreen you got the colours just right and used the b__---- tyvek,well done

Wendy said...

How beautiful Doreen, your interpretation is wonderful.

linda stokes said...

Lovely Doreen! You've managed to get great texture & colour with the tyvek.