Saturday, 5 September 2009

Rediscovered!







I used to use Impress dye inkpads all the time until Sir Tim came along with his Distress inks ( which I love) the Impress ones were then relegated to the bottom of the drawer....until now! I found some old photo paper and thought I'd dig out the old ink pads.. WOW.. I'd forgotten how bright and vibrant the colours were.The parrot tag is for Gothic Arches challenge and the Child tag is for UKStampers weekly challenge

17 comments:

Rachel said...

wow this is stunning great job

Angie said...

Love your tags ....so amazing

Paula said...

the colours are amazing...I must get some of these ink pads!

Lynn said...

Both tags are wonderful, and I love the parrot :)

Sarah said...

Parrot tag for me is smashing - colours are fab

Sid said...

Wondered what colours you had used Gail, well now I know and they are really bright.....Nick Bantocks are similar in intensity I think. Love these though !!

Darcy said...

Gorgeous colours,they really pop.

Jenny said...

Wow! So bright and soo clever I do not understand ink pads at all lol x

Linda Elbourne said...

I WANT that C is for child tag ... no I do! Seriously ... it is amazing ... not just the vibrant colour - the design ... everything! The others are great too ... but I WANT that one :0)

Tinkertaylor said...

Fab vibrant colours a nice change from all the grunge that is about at the moment. Started to panic for a moment "what no birdie" .... but scrolled down and there he was

Kris Dickinson said...

Fabulous art!

Lynn Stevens said...

Wonderful use of colors!

Gail said...

Those colours are amazing. Stunning work

GlitteryKatie said...

Amazing colours- love how you've created such a vivid background!

Astrid Maclean said...

Great, love your colourful arch tag

Nancy Maxwell James said...

fantastic colors and composition! love it! thank you for playing with us! :)

Lorraine said...

looks really effective layered over the image..great colours and thanks for visiting my blog today