Sunday, February 19, 2012

just a quick piece of art

Something small I have worked on in between Mom and other stuff.
This is for the challenge this week over at SMUDGY ANTICS.

The theme is RED HOT!

I made a 4 X 4 (fat page/chunky page)

 The flame image is from the internet. The Devilish Heart digi is from SMEARED INK. The Red foil Gothic point German Scrap is from COLLAGE STUFF. The 3D plastic black flourishes with rhinestone are Jolees for EK SUCCESS, the Red Ribbon Roses are from "Dollarama" and rec'd as a RAK. The letter stamps are TECHNIQUE TUESDAY. I colored the Devilish Heart with PRISMACOLOR pencils, and I used Red Stickles by RANGER on the words "Love, Red and Hot". It says "Love should be RED HOT always"
(NOW, I can really see hot bad  the lighting is in my Living room, as the photos clearly show places I missed withe pencils, LOL...Please let me get a "steady work area" so I can actually USE my Ott Lite! LOL)


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7 comments:

ike said...

Ooooh - lovely. This really is HOT. Great creation and I love the red lettering... brilliant. Thank you for joining us at Smudgy Antics :-D xxxxx

I Don't Do Straight said...

Cool!.... or should I say HOT! LOL. Love the German Scrap around the edges and the image is beautifully coloured :)
Thanks for joining us at Smudgy Antics this week :)

~Lady B~ said...

I love the energy and composition of your fat book page. The flame background is awesome as are the border strips! Thanks for playing with Smudgy Antics this week :)

Croms' Cubby Hole said...

Hi Susan, I can feel the heat from here. it's smoldering. Those flowers are just gorgeous and really finish this off to a T. Thank you for sharing this with us at Smudgy Antics this week and look forward to seeing your next project

Laura B said...

Awesome page, Susan! I'm keeping you and your mother in my thoughts. *hugs*

monique said...

Susan that background is so awesome, i love this fat page, must try it myself, thanks for playing with us at Smudgy antics

blackdragon said...

Red hot without a doubt! I really like the sentiment....so true.
Thanks for sharing with us at Smudgy antics this week.
BD x