Monday, October 22, 2007

Working The Rubbernecker Booth!

What a fun, learning experience Amber and I had over the weekend when we helped Dave, from Rubbernecker, work his booth in Ft Wayne.
These are the tags I demo'd all day. Using Ranger Distress inks and Perfect Pearls (sorry the shimmer doesn't show)

Amber worked the alcohol inks station.
I also made this glass block for Dave to display.


I think I could have sold it several times! Hopefully his wife, Pat, will get to enjoy it when all the shows are over and he goes home!
I just thought this image was too cute and hadn't done a block in a while....so why not!
I hope to get a tutorial together for the blocks, so keep watching.
For now I'll tell you this much...the block is first painted or sponged with gesso and this one colored with reinkers.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

Dawn - Sounds like you had a great time over the weekend. Your glass block is stunning! I can't wait to see your tutorial.

- dlm.

A. Sanborn said...

Thanks for sharing your experience with Rubbernecker. The snow you've done for both blocks is just spectacular! *smile*

Amanda McIlhatton said...

I'll be watching for that tutorial Dawn. I wonder where I can get glass blocks in the UK? What do they look like pre-Dawn treatment?