Monday, June 1, 2015

The Summer Issue of Bella Crafts Publishing

Hello everyone! Just a quick post today to tell you the new Summer issue of Bella Crafts Publishing is up today, and I'm in it!!! I was so excited to be asked to contribute, and I've done a huge encaustic panel and tutorial for you to see. I hope you enjoy it, and her are a few more pics.
Drops of Rain 12x24 Inch Encaustic Wood Panel
 
 
 
 
 
Thanks for looking, AND...
I hope your hands get creatively dirty soon!

21 comments:

  1. Huge congratulations Anita x your project is just stunning with fabulous details and techniques x don't think we get this mag in Scotland.

    TFS and huge hugs
    Annie x

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  2. Congratulations. Lovely piece, the sentiment is fantastic with the umbrella man. Tracy x

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  3. Oh wow, it looks completely amazing!! BIG congrats on being published, wished that magazine was available here in the UK, but I don't think it is....

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  4. Terrific sentiment Anita and totally brilliant panel. Congrats on featuring. Nicola x

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  5. Congratulations Anita, what a beautiful encaustic panel!

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  6. I just signed up for Bella Crafts. Congratulations, your work is stunning and deserves to be featured! This is gorgeous.

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  7. Congratulations! and I must say, this panel is fabulous. I love everything about it!

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  8. YEAH - congratulations Anita. What a fun time for you! LOVE your project and it's obvious lots of other folks do too!!! HIGH FIVE!!! j.

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  9. I read it - I can't believe that Umbrella Man is 12" tall, he must look amazing on your board! I love the alcohol drips too and the way you 'grounded' him. Huge congratulations on being published. It was lovely to see Eileen in there too! Hugs, Anne xx

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  10. Oh how yummy this is, Anita! Love this and I can see why they asked you to contribute! Congratulations!

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  11. Wow Anita, I love this, love that it's encaustics, I have tried encaustic once and wasn't very successful at it. You have achieved greatness here! It's fabulous!

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  12. I haven't tried encaustic painting before. Love this. Just checked the link and see you can read it online! Perfect for your international readers. I'm off to check out how you created this because I love this look. Congrats!

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  13. Such a gorgeous creation, Anita. Congratulations on being published. :)

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  14. So serene and beautiful love the huge rain drops
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  15. Those drops are divine! Beautiful!

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  16. Holy Moly, Anita!! Another AMAZING encaustic panel! I'm loving this rainy day scene through and through! Love all of the drippy drops of AIs--sooo cool!! A great step by step at Bella Crafts!! Just WOW!! XOXO-Shari

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  17. The drops are great and love love the drippy paint they are just to fun to see where they will go love it all

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  18. The colors of the raindrops in this piece reflect the hope in your quote beautifully. I still haven't tried your encaustic technique, but now that I'm out for the summer I should have a little more time to play. Blessings!

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  19. love all those drips and the crackle is gorgeous x sorry I am so behind commenting!

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  20. Feels like those huge raindrops keep falling on us at the moment - but at least the rainbow colours would cheer us up instead of the grey. Fabulous piece, and more fabulous drippage!
    Alison xx

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