Wednesday, 16 January 2013


 This year's challenge by Margaret on Chocolate Baroque is for two quintiles a month - she invented the quintiles name for a piece of artwork measuring 5"x5", which is quite a nice size to work on.
The January theme was winter wonderland - I had time to do mine today as Norfolk is very much a snowscape at the moment, and I haven't cleared the car yet from under the mound of said snow - it was so cold that the cold came right through the soles of my furlined crocs this morning, so I soon gave up on the snow clearing!
I chose to do two different tiles, morning and evening. Both use a tree stamp from the Elusive Images arboretum set (stamped in black versafine ink and clear embossed), with lots of sponged distress ink backgrounds, and plenty of glitter in the foreground.B


  1. These are lovely I especially like the morning one

    Jackie x

  2. These are both beautiful, love the colouring. Hugs x ChrisB

  3. They're both beautiful and sum up our weather right now perfectly.

  4. These are great Vronnie, I like the morning one too. I agree it is a nice size to work on. Jean x

  5. These are beautiful - two lovely scenes.

  6. These are both gorgeous Veronica. I love the sky colours on the first one. Very clever inking!

    Lesley Xx

  7. Great quintiles Vronnie, love the backgrounds you have created.


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