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 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.


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?