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In & Out of Studio 3D
Wednesday, 31 December 2014
The 2014 Year In Review

Here we find ourselves at the end of another year in Studio 3D.

I thought I'd do a quick 'by the numbers' calculation on what's been included in 2014, so here we go: 11 pieces of doll clothes, 7 flashy nail finishes, 1 home decor sewing, 21 quilts, 9 pieces of jewelry, 6 wildlife photos, 8 gardening products, 4 cooking posts, 1 handbag, 1 field trip, 1 stamp carving, 28 paper embroidery cards, 195 cards for157 OWH sketches, 64 cards for online class homework, 22 projects for product tutorials, 9 contract kits with 72 cards, and 71 miscellaneous other cards.

From these I have selected 13 items as my favorite creations over the last 12 months.

 

1) This card is an over-the-top use of dry embossing and diecutting. What an elegant result:

 

2) Resin jewelry is awfully fun to do:

 

3) An original quilt designed from scratch. This was the featured quilt for a time on the Electric Quilt 7 gallery (EQ7 isa design software program)

 

4) This was a new technique, stamping onto wet watercolor paper

 

5) From a technique taught in an online class I took part in

 

6) Love the ombre effect over the white embossed text

 

7) I really like the realistic color effect on this one

 

8) You can't go wrong with butterflies in my opinion

 

9) Some great use of stencils I was sent to work with

 

10) A technique demonstrated on Splitcoast was the inspiration for this

 

11) A delft tile treatment of rubber stamping

 

12) A great little purse with stenciled fabric and designed on-the-fly

 

13) A stunning 66 x 78 Hunter's Star quilt

 

So those are my favorites. What are yours? Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST

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