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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Alice & The Rabbit

The Altered Alice challenge this month is to create something that is predominantly blue and yellow, the colors associated with Alice and is sponsored by Artistic Outpost.

I was lucky enough to have the lovely Artistic Outpost Wonderland Collage plate and used it to create a collage of the mad hatter, Alice and time. 

The background is a combination of the ledger from the Ephemeral Backgrounds plate and stamping of the words from the Wonderland Collage with a mix of distressing using blue dye ink sponged  and white acrylic paint.

The images and words were stamped using the Versafine blue pigment ink. The yellow was added with a touch of the watercolor pencils.
 
If you use Artistic Outpost's Wonderland Collage in your project, you will receive two chances at the drawing instead of one!  The challenge ends  Friday, April 22 at 8 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (GMT -4:00) and the winner will be posted sometime on Sunday, April 24 on the Altered Alice blog. 

Thanks for dropping by! 

Suzz

19 comments:

  1. Fabulous, Love love the background and these images have so much detail. Beautiful colouring and I love the wash of White. Tracy x

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  2. Love the scene you created - looks like Alice it trying to turn back the clock hands so she's not late!

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  3. this is so beautiful! I have no idea how to do a card in one, two colors without it becoming "muddy"....you consistently do a marvelous job

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  4. Love it! Great colour and love alice and the Mad hatter
    Val x

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  5. Great card, love those images and what you did with all the clocks.

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  6. Fab collage, clever use of the images :) Thanks for joining us at the Altered Alice:)

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  7. Thanks so much for creating this for our challenge! I will feature in in the next weekly inspiration post on The Altered Alice! LOVE the way you used just the Alice part of the Alice/White Queen stamp, I am looking at that stamp in a whole new way now!!! I just bought AO Ephemeral Backgrounds and I love the way you worked that into the mix, SO cool!

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  8. Now that is a piece for a wall...wonderful...amazing Suze..all you work always stands out..
    connie paxman

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  9. Ah yes, beautiful piece, I have a place for it GF! Luv it

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  10. So pretty Suzanne! Love how you added a touch of yellow throughout!

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  11. Love your challenge creation! Too cool with the clocks and so perfect with the rabbit! I had actually cut out a couple, but then changed my mind! Love this!

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  12. Suzz, I always look forward to seeing your work. This is a fabulous piece. You collaged the images, the background, the words, and the colors so fantastically. I'm so glad you played along on the Altered Alice.

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  13. I like the way you've used the colours, very subtle :)

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  14. beautiful layering. such a fun and pretty card!

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  15. SO sweet! Love the soft colors and this darling scene!

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  16. Such a fantastic Alice collage, great elements.

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  17. I love this piece! So much to see!

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