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Sunday, November 6, 2016

Robyn's Fetish Challenge #341 - More than One Button - 6/11/2016

Our sposnor this week is
PRIZE: the winner’s choice of 3 digital stamps from the ODDBALL ART CO STORE

I chose "Lazy Lou" for my button project this week and made a framed pictore for the bathroom.

Lazy Lou has been coloured with copic pens, I have used liquid pearls for the foam and glossy accents for the water from the bath.

Then I hunted out the crystal, white and blue buttons for the bubbles.

But wait! there is more.   After framing the picture.  
Those bubbles just kept coming as I added more and more buttons to the outside of the glass.

Altered Eclectics - Anything Goes (altered frame and glass)
Classic Design Team - Anything Goes
Crafts Galore Encore - Anything Goes
Creative Artistes - Anything Goes Mixed Media
Oddball Challenge - Anything Goes


Jackie T said...

Wow this is a stunning creation. Thank-you for joining us at the Crafts Galore Encore Challenge 34 Anything Goes sponsored by Nikki Burnette. Hugs Jackie DT

Annettes Hobby Rosettes said...

Super fabulous. Love your creation, love the frame and the bubbles are super. Looks fabulous. Nice work.
Thank you for sharing with us over here at Classic Design Team Open Challenge and best of luck with your entry.
[Annette Registered Owner/Admin for Classic Design Team Challenge]

DeBe said...

Lovely project, great idea to use buttons as bubbles :) Thank you for joining us at the Creative Artiste Mixed Media Anything Goes Challenge. Good luck! Love Denyse (DT)

Sandra Wright. said...

I like the idea of the bubbles and buttons on the outside of the glass...a clever idea...
Thank you for joining in with this months challenge over at Altered Eclectics...x