Friday, March 30, 2012

Elmer Fudd Would Be Proud...

Be vewy, vewy, qwiet...I'm hunting for a wabbit!
Yes, Elmer would be proud of the way I've captured these waskily wabbits in a vintage Easter ornament.
I selected a die cut to encase the image and then glazed over them UTEE.  Once dry, I ran the edges through Versamark and then gold powder embossed them.  A larger identical die cut was used for the backing and each was covered with gesso and then acrylic tan and blue paint.  The image was mounted on large foam squares, a ribbon glued for hanging them and then a trio of roses and leaves for embellishment and finished off with gold stickle dots on the edges.
 I think they'll look very cute on our seasonal tree!
 Ooops....got a blob of gunk there that wouldn't melt.  Still new to the UTEE thing...

 Here's all the little Easter bunnies together
If you found interest in these images, you can find them here...
Thanks so much for dropping in and I hope you have a FANTASTIC weekend!
Hugs to all,
Lisa xx
Ohhh, and a big hello to my newest follower as well...thank you so much. :)

19 comments:

Kitika said...

What a stunning creations!!!

angelwhispers said...

Wow Lisa you need an Easter Twig Tree for these they are stunning and will look fabulous on display! Just adorable Chanelle xxx

Jeanne J said...

Not only would Elmer be proud - I am too! WOW! You got a lot done - each one is a mini work of art! This should be a family treasure for years!

Margaret said...

Oh, the irony! The girls are watching Bugs Bunny and it's the one featuring Bugs and Elmer in The Barber of Seville!! Perfect background music for viewing your ornaments!
These are fantastic! Love the porcelain-like texture and those images are gorgeous! They look like something we would see in an antique shop! LOVE THEM!! I have several projects on file that use UTEE, but have yet to try the stuff...

Mary J said...

OMG, these are incredible Lisa! I am so jealous of your shabby chic skills!! totally awesome!!

Chrissy said...

These are fabulous Lisa...love the shabby Chic look, blobs and all...lol..gorgeous wee wabbits..love the colours and flowers, design...all of it...fabulous...

Luv CHRISSYxx

Dawn said...

These are stunning! They will lool fabulous hanging from your seasonal tree!

Hugs

Mary J said...

Me again! Just thought - you should enter this into the MilkCoffee challenge for their flower theme - a chance to win their fab digis that I know you'll do wonders with!!

Sue said...

Hello Q
What a terrific job you have done creating these gorgeous Tags. I love them all, I like how you have added the roses and made two layers of die-cuts.
You are no doubt Welcoming home your dearest one, have a wonderful weekend Lisa as a family together.
Smiles:)
O

Elaine said...

Lisa ....vintage rocks !!!
Wow these are superb, well done, a lot of work but a fabulous result. Hugs Elaine

Elaine said...

Lisa ....vintage rocks !!!
Wow these are superb, well done, a lot of work but a fabulous result. Hugs Elaine

Elaine said...

Lisa ....vintage rocks !!!
Wow these are superb, well done, a lot of work but a fabulous result. Hugs Elaine

Desire Fourie said...

Just beautiful. Love how you have coloured the images.
Hugs
Desire

Desire Fourie said...

Just beautiful. Love how you have coloured the images.
Hugs
Desire

Nicecrane Designs said...

Absolutely a marvelous,,,,,Lisa,,,,I am posting them in my newsletter now,,,love the creativity you have,,,,OMG,,,,,,so adorable bunnies and you colored them perfect my friend,,,,,,,,

Tracy said...

Those waskily wabbits are wonderful! UTEE does have a mind of its own at times but this is such a great look, especially the gold embossing on the edges. Makes them look like gold rimmed porcelain plates. :-) Off to do more blog hopping and you know what I'll be singin' while I do it? The wabbit in wed da da da da da da, the wabbit in wed. Thu-thu-thu-thu that's all folks! LOL Later Twang!

Sandy said...

Now I want to know how you learned to make these wonderful thing AND did you tell Shelby that your rear end is big!?!
Sandy

Mitra Pratt said...

DUDE, I have had UTE sitting around for like two years because I don't know what to do with it....um...pointers??

Love these ornaments!!!

3s said...

WOW! When I saw the first one I actually thought you'd used a porcelain plate. They are awsome! :)