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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Soot can be Beautiful

How do I explain my absence? I've been in the laundry room actually doing laundry -- LOL. This black and white card is from my technique archives when I was in the early stages of experimentation. The film strip background was perfect to showcase the images from the "black and white" era. Most of you probably won't recognize any of these "funny faces."

The technique is to lay enough soot on a piece of glossy card stock to make a "film" to stamp the image into. Gina K recently produced a tutorial with great detailing of this technique. Soot can be beautiful -- and Gina K can show you how!!

I've lost track of the stamp maker info for these -- they are on plastic pegs. If anyone recognizes them, please let me know. Either way, please take time to leave a comment so I know you were here -- and many thanks for your visit!

5 comments:

Sandra1968 said...

It looks great!
And I recognize Charlie Chaplin :-).
Have a nice day,
Sandra

Crafty Dawn said...

I recognize them all and I am only 40 these are all classics Harold Loyed hanging from that clock (what would health & Safty say today) no stunt men or special effects charlie of course one of the marx brothers (not my cup of tea lol)Can't remember the name of the guy with the funny glasses moustash and always wabbling a cigar mmm well I am only 40 lol thank you so much for making me feel young looking at this post I wil have to pop and have a look at the tutorial sounds very interesting making things with SOOT!

Love Dawn xx

Crafty Dawn said...

Watched the TT so fab love this technique thanx for sharing hunny oh and I found your blog because you visited mine and left a lovely comment thank you. I love comments helps me find little blog treasures like yours x

Love Dawn xx

Sue said...

I was here, I love your card. I'm old enough to know them all! OUch!
Great card, love the technique.


Sue

annies place said...

Terrific card, suits the images perfectly & unfortunately I do recognise them all,
Ann x