Thursday, 17 October 2013

Kathleen and Claire Chapman's Autumn Project.

Good Morning Splodgers,

How are you today? Anything nice planned?
I don't know about Autumn it feels more like Winter, the heating is on full blast and the kettle is doing a lot of boiling so I am not looking forward to the electric bill but I am looking forward to ....dare I say it.... Christmas :-)

As this week is 'Autumn' we have two amazing team members showcasing their projects..

First of all Kathleen has used a SplodgeAway Mask and Blending Mat to create this stunning piece:

Claire has also been busy and created a stunning piece for 'Autumn:

"Well Autumn has arrived with a bang here in the UK, I'm not keen on the rain and wind but I just love the colours of Autumn. For my card I made a background with distress inks (Peeled Paint, Scattered Straw and Wild honey) and rock salt, then I applied versamark to the Do It with Daisies 1 frame and popped it through my Grand Calibur. I embossed with copper embossing powder, adding a little green here and there. Next I used the Mineez Fallen Leaf mask and added some leaves to the background using more distress inks. I coloured the image with Graph'It markers and cut it out, popping it up on 3d foam pads for some dimension"

Thank you Claire for a great piece, love the rock salt idea!

Please call over to Claire's Blog for more inspiration :-)

Enjoy the rest of the day and see you all tomorrow,

Susan xx


  1. Oh these are just gorgeous and loving the Autumnal feel you have going on this week on your blog...your dt are doing a grand job!!
    hugs and xxx

  2. Wow, both so different, both so gorgeous x

  3. two stunning pieces - fabulous xx

  4. Ladies absolutely fabulous work.x

  5. Really super creations!!!
    Kathleen loving the leaves and how they go so well with the mask and Claire....super layers aand texture and dimention from you both!!
    Carol xx

  6. These are fabulous! Autumn colours are so warm! xx

  7. Cracking projects ladies!! I do love all the autumn hues and these have captured them fabulously! xx