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Thread: wax paper is not for sandwich when there is an art quilter around

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    Senior Member suziehammond's Avatar
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    Wow Loved all your work and would love to know some of your techniques!

    BTW there is also a thread on the challenge board for art quilts if you want to come join us too. We try to share the good, bad and indifferent experiments of trying to do some art. Once a month we try a theme to just start the creative juices.
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    very cool!!!!
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    Nice! These look like the PhotoShop grunge brushes!
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    Very interesting. Some I could see fabric and others wasn't sure. Do you do tutorials? Would love to see your process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen S View Post
    Nice! These look like the PhotoShop grunge brushes!
    thanks, I painted these myself , using photo shop grunge brushed would be too easy.
    I painted, collage, stamped, stencil and stitched wax paper

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    These are fabulous, are they all paper??????
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    Oh, my gosh! Those are marvelous. I wish I could be a fly on the wall and watch the processes you are using. Fantastic!
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    Wow, all very pretty!
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    Those turned out great! Thanks for sharing.

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    Love it. Need a tutorial or links please.
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    outstanding.can i come and play?

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    they are wonderful. This is the path I want to take .. I am done with bed quilts and doing stuff for others right now. I want to create...

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    Lovely for sure ! any hopes of a tutorial later on ? Thanks for sharing !
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    Those are incredibly creative. I would love to see how you do it. Not that I would have the talent to try it myself, but I find in so interesting to see how artists do their work. Thanks for sharing.
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    wow, these are beautiful, miniature work of arts!

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    You do beautiful work!!!!!!

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    Wow - so cool................ Can you please do a tutorial on how this is done????

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    Wow they are beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewfine View Post
    Not sure what you did, but it is beautiful.
    It is beautiful!

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    Wow! I'm at a loss as what to say. Please explain how you do this.
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    That is very cool, good job.

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    Very, very cool. Truly inspiring work. Thanks for sharing!
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    You did an awesome job on all the art quilts. Did you take a class to learn these techniques. Just love them!!

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    Soooo cool!
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    Boy! Now that is really, really nice!

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