Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Until the next time.........


Well the day  has finally come for me to go into hospital for spine surgery and to say I am scared is most definitely an understatement for sure.

So to take my mind off of it I decided to finish off a piece of art to enter into Sunday Stampers.  This is a weekly challenge by the talented Hels Sheridan who I am lucky enough to class as a friend.  The theme is Shine and my shiny bits so to speak are Perfect Pearls and Bubble Gum Pink Dylusions sprayed onto the rose, Crackle Accents and Treasure Gold Emerald.

I wanted to try out the paint scrapped technique that Hels taught me recently on a paper substrate that I brought recently from Paper Artsy. So without further ado here is the result.

Thank you for taking the time to come  and have a little look at tuck towers. So until the next time

Take Care and see you on the other side.

Products used...........

Tim Holtz / Ranger

Tissue wrap- Terminology
Word Banks
Distress Paint - 
Black/ Espresso Paint Dabber
Black Archival Ink
Bubble Gum Pink Dylusions
Perfect Pearls Spray
Word Play Die
Crackle accents
Rub ons (New)
Stamps from  - Mixed Media and Good Thoughts
Wendy Vecchi - Blossom Bucket bird

Other ......
Paper Block
Book pages
Metal leaves
Treasure Gold emerald


  1. Thats Gorgeous! I'd be scared too, good to see you keeping busy. See you soon xxxx

  2. Hi Sue, your tag is absolutely gorgeous, it is very Hels-esque but with your own beautiful touches. Hope all goes well for you, just keep thinking how much good it will do you. Hugs, Anne x

  3. Absolutely LOVE it Sue... been thinking about you ALL day... hoping you are now back on the ward and it went perfectly... take it easy my friend... and thanks for joining in with the Sunday Stamper xx

  4. Gorgeous Sue!!! Sending much love to you Sweet Friend.

  5. STUNNINGLY Gorgeous heARTistry!!! Wishing you well Sweet Friend. HUGS xoxo

  6. Very pretty tag! A wonderful piece of art! When I had my back surgery I thought that I would feel like creating afterwards....nope...didn't happen. Just take the time to heal properly so that you can get back at it as soon as possible. Best of luck to you! Try to keep us posted.

  7. Hi Sue, thank you for visiting me again, lovely to see you back. Hope that you are recovering well from your surgery. Take care of yourself. Hugs, Anne x