donderdag 14 augustus 2014

colour challenge Chocolate Baroque 1

Hi there,

During my holidays I was able to play, crafting in nature(see photo's) was lovely to do! So I had a chance to make a contribution for the first colourchallenge of Chocolate Baroque! I' ve used Distress inks in the matching colors and used the lovely CB Fancy flowers and the latest structure stamps( Harlequin and Tangled structures)......they are right up to my street! And again I worked on canvas structured paper.(like the roses in one of my previous posts)  Here are the colours of the first challenge.

my working area during the holidays in Zeeland! (could be worse mmm?)

Here is my interpretation ...........

and a close-up......

So, just in time to contribute my part into this challenge....wanna have time till August 19th!!
Look at the CB colour challenge blog for more info. And of course to see all the lovely work that the DT and participants have created.
Hope to have inspired you and looking forward to more interpretations of this colour scheme from you!

creative greetz,


14 opmerkingen:

  1. Whoooo hoooo! I just spotted your name and had to come and see!!! Hope you are ok. Gorgeous work as always. I have not been able to put my finger on it (I have been looking at all the entries) and it has just struck me how different this color combo looks if there is more red. More sort of vibrant and alive.
    Take care,
    Flo xx

  2. Miranda your work is always so beautiful, with a wonderful dream-like quality, absolutely gorgeous! Xxx

  3. Beautiful as always Miranda. How great to be able to work outside too, the weather here in the UK is not good enough at the moment.

    Sue xx

  4. Het is weer een schitterend geheel en zo prachtig in die kleuren!!

  5. Such a pretty interpretation Miranda, the colours are so vibrant, and I love how you have coloured those flowers. Beautiful work as always. The background is lovely, and the addition of the texture stamps is great. Hope you are well, your work space looks very pleasant!

    Thanks for entering the Chocolate Baroque challenge, Judith xx

  6. Beautiful place to be creative and the result is gorgeous. Love your masking and colouring techniques. Have a wonderful weekend, Hugs, Shirleyxx

  7. Wow wat een prachtige interpretatie Miranda, en dit in je vakantie, ik was net ook 3 dagen in Renesse,maar had het te druk met fietsen en s'avonds dan ook te moe om nog iets te doen!!


  8. Prachtige creatie, heerlijk dat je lekker buiten creatief kon zijn!
    Groetjes Karin x

  9. Oh wow Miranda , wat is het toch allemaal weer PRACHTIG wat je maakt, ik kijk m'n ogen weer uit ! En wat een heerlijk plekje had je om te stempelen in Zeeland ! Genieten ! Lieve groetjes, Liesbeth

  10. Fijn om weer zulk moois van jou hand te zien! Fijn weekend/vakantie, Gerrina

  11. I think I see a box of Derwent pencils - probably the Inktense! I love that stream of golden bubbles rising along the left side & how beautifully it balances the clean colour blue opposite it. It's a delight to see how you have used the closed swirl curls to create edges for your design without overwhelming your focal image.
    Paula (PEP)

  12. gorgeous Miranda, love the way you used the fragments

  13. How beautiful and magical Miranda, I love the way your background colours melt into one another, and the fancy flowers are gorgeous. The fragments and the lovely swirl frame the flowers so well. What a lovely thing to do whilst on holiday. x

  14. Heerlijk om zo buiten in de vrije natuur lekker met je hobby bezig te zijn.
    Je werk is schitterend. Het aanzetten met het wit, vind ik erg mooi bij jou.
    Zelf ben ik altijd bang dat ik m'n werk verruïneer! Bang om het teveel te doen denk ik.
    Ga weer verder kijken bij je. Tjuus


Thank you for your visit on my blog! Hope to have inspired you! Till next time, Miranda

Bedankt voor je bezoek aan mijn blog! Hoop dat ik je geïnspireerd heb!
Tot de volgende keer, Miranda


While I dance I cannot judge,
I cannot hate, I cannot separate myself from life.
I can only be joyful and whole.
That is why I dance.”
~Hans Bos