Wednesday, May 4, 2011

erosion bundle results 2011

These are the results I had hoped for . . .  but did NOT achieve. This remnant from my erosion bundle has been stamped with strawberry halves, creating images that almost look like hearts.


My erosion bundle has been unwrapped, photographed and mostly neglected for the past month. Despite my addition of berries that I was sure would create a red stain, I achieved no rosy results on the fabric.



There was, however, plenty of mottling.

15 comments:

Mary Welsh Hubbard said...

Love that first photo!

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

Still lots to work with there. Some times letting it sit does the trick! xox Corrine

Barbara said...

Ooooo, pretty first picture! But I realize it's not from your bundle. I have mine down from its perch and am about to open it this week. I'm feeling a little daunted after reading your disappointment because I have high hope for my berries as well. Maybe I'll neglect mine for awhile too. We'll see!

Katie said...

It looks like there will be some good stuff to work with! can't wait to see what you do!

Dotti said...

Very interesting results! I thought about doing an EBundle...but we just don't get the percipitation it takes to really make things change where I live!

Sarah said...
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Sarah said...

Cant wait to see what you create out of that little lot! :)

jess said...

Ahh the third pic ism y favorite. :D

Kris said...

Ahhh, well you still got some changes from nature in there....I look forward to seeing what you create with these things later this summer.
Good luck!
PS publishing your findings on the blog 6/20

layers said...

I sort of like the mottling-- but I like subdued grayed mottled colors.

Mrs Moen said...

Love the muted colours!

Connie said...

I like it! Can't wait to see what you make out of it.

Joanne Huffman said...

Love the strawberry stamping. I did not have good luck when I tried the erosion thing. You have some interesting looking pieces in yours; I look forward to seeing what you do with them.

Gaby Bee said...

Interesting looking pieces. I too love the muted colours!

Have a lovely day!
gaby

Sarah said...

I love these delicate colours. Mine turned out bright pink last year, and it was a nightmare! So be careful what you wish fore lol.