crusadeNo55

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    recently took Michelle Ward's: "Raise the Bar" workshop at Valley Ridge Art Studio in Wisconsin. I always get energized when I attend a workshop and always come away with a gem or two or a hundred! Michelle has a monthly challenge on her blog and this was last month's "crusade"... it took me awhile to find the anaglypta (paintable) wallpaper but I did find some online... here are the results of painting a background with multiple colors and stamping with the paintable wallpaper stamp with multiple colors... Love how it turned out

    1. grnpep 88 months ago | reply

      Jeanne - this is fabulous! Love how it turned out. Great pattern (haven't come across this one!) and love your colors. Thanks for sharing with the team.
      p.s. Loved finally meeting you in class...great time. I can still picture you and Marlynn dancing with your drumsticks ;)

    2. Carolyn Dube 88 months ago | reply

      This is so beautiful! The colors are mingling together and it's impossible to tell what colors you put down first. You did "Raise the Bar"! After taking the Valley Ridge class with you I now understand why so many of the women had been to her workshops before - it was heavenly!

    3. Barbara Marie 88 months ago | reply

      Jeanne, your artwork is great and the effects from the various layers of color are beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

    4. kiwilibrarian 88 months ago | reply

      This is great - I'm with Carolyn, the way the colors merge is fascinating. And you went to a retreat at Valley Ridge? Paint me green with envy....

    5. Parabolic Muse 87 months ago | reply

      These colors rock! The embossing enhances a pattern that's already fabulous. This is a GREAT working of the challenge. Thanks for sharing!

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