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Monday, November 16, 2009

Friendly Plastic play with Adrienne Goodenough

Today we're featuring Adrienne Goodenough and her play day in Friendly Plastic. She shares a great idea of creating patterns on Friendly Plastic - read on....

Carol and I have been playing with Friendly Plastic today. One thing we did was make some decorated Friendly Plastic strips.

Take a pale coloured strip of FP - white, mother of pearl, pale gold. Drip alcohol inks onto it - the brights work well. Move the inks around with some kind of tool - I used the end of a fine straw. I dripped more ink on and blew some of it around.



The colours I used were POOL, CLOVER, and PURPLE TWILIGHT. The finished strip looks pretty just covered in the inks.


If you want to go a step further, take a Sakura Souffle pen, and doodle all over the inked strip.
You can now use the decorated strip in your projects.


You can see more of her work by visiting her blog: www.adriennegoodenough.blogspot.com

2 comments:

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

That is a very cool looking technique! What is a Sakura Souffle Pen? Is it like a gel pen or something?

rarelizzie said...

I like this Adrienne, you have taken an idea and made it your own.

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