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Thursday, 10 July 2014

Double Doodles




Hello all - it's a busy couple of days here at Words and Pictures...  

You may have seen yesterday's Artistic Outpost offering, and now I'm here with the first of three posts in 24 hours!

This is a quick sneak peek to tempt you over to The Artistic Stamper where I've got a couple of tags to share with you.  It's a pretty short post by my standards, so I won't keep you there long.

I hope you'll have time to check back later today when there'll be lots more fun to be had... yet another sneak peek, and then a whole post for you to enjoy right here!

Doodling is the brooding of the hand.
Saul Steinberg


27 comments:

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Hmmm...... very interesting sneak peek indeed.

S@ndy Diller said...

Just returned from The Artistic Stamper. I just love the double doodle and the way you have used all those delicious colors. You are one very busy girl and all the projects are just lovely.

Helen said...

ooh, like the sneak peak... off for a proper look!

Nikki Acton said...

So effective Alison, love your +\- take on this. Colours right up my street too. Nikki xx

Brenda Brown said...

Great tags Alison, love the colour blends and the positive and negative designs xx

Cestina said...

Oh what a brilliant quote! xx

chrissies said...

Clever ideas on the tags Alison-love the way you used the wire for the tops.

Chrissie x

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

Great result with the positive and negative effect...both tags look awesome Alison
Greetings, Alie

Chris Warner said...

BLC. These are gorgeous! Chris xxx

craftytrog said...

They're both fab! xxx

massofhair said...

What's not to like! Both tags are stunning, loving the silver highlights:-) xxx

Dorthe said...

Looks fantastic with the embossed doodling, and the colours are gorgeous,together.
xoxo Dorthe

Nan G said...

Very cool tags, butterfly!

Julia said...

Lovely tags using my favourite Tim Holtz die. The positive and negative used as a pair is great. x

Coco said...

They are stunning Alison, I love the use of silver embossing in combination with the different elements, the colors fit incredibly very well!! Hugs, Coco xxx

Redanne said...

I really love the squiggly writing stamp and your tags are both brilliant! Anne x

Terry said...

Double duty fabulousness! Two wonderful tags and I love how you used the UG die cut! Very cool. Hugs!

Annie said...

Both tags are fabulous Alison. Love the squiggles and wonderful colours.

TFS and hugs Annie x

Shari Trumbull said...

Awesome tags, Alison!! Love the positive and negative! So clever!! That Alphabet Soup background is really cool!! It looks very abstract and is the perfect heat embossed background!! Fabulous tags and inspiration, Alison!! XOXO-Shari

Fliss said...

Wow! You have been busy so looks like I'll be blog hopping :D
Fliss xx

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Have just taken a look - it a great technique. Great results.

Hettie said...

Great tags there Alison. Funny enough I used my rainey man die on the weekend!
Hugs
xx

Anke said...

Oh Alison your tags are amazing.

Hugs
Anke

Dianne said...

Hello Miss Alison, squawk, double the pleasure, double the tags, loooooooove them,using the negitive and positive was brilliantly done, using the soup alphabet was PERFECT background for my favorite man, the colors are so beautifully blended, the perfect embellishments, the perfect topping, you are creating Miss Butterfly creating perfection, you blow me away, thanks for sharing..

Margaret said...

I love the positive/negative take on your fabulous tags! The embossed doodle stamp is amazing on them and now I'm thinking I need to hunt down that stamp!

Marci said...

Thought I commented here, I did over there. For the record, love these tags! Not too much going on, just enough. And the use of color! Stunning!

Kezzy said...

Wow wow absolutely awesome tags, I really love the alphabet soup stamp, think I definitely neeeeeed that lol. I love the way you used the negative to make a second tag, what a fantastic idea, so might have to have a go at that lol. I love the bright dylusion sprays background. I can't believe Mr Umbrella Man is being discontinued, noooooooo, lol. Kezzy :-) xxx