Sunday 7 June 2009

Work in progress 2

I've managed to resist today and not touched a stamp. Done loads for my picci though.

I have done this picci before and found it really great to do as the pieces are all quite big so I dont have to get the magnifier out.
The first two photos are of pieces of background that I have cut ready to mould into shape. The third is the one of main background pieces that I have already moulded - not too sure how clear this is going to be but IRL it is very tactile and has a lot of definition. Hopefully if I have done

this right the next photo is of some of the faces of the rock that will attach to the background I have started to shape these already.
And lastly Mr Robin who is almost complete, just needs some finishing touches and he will be ready to wait on Mrs Robin. Sorry photos aren't up to much but they should give the general idea.
Oh BTW guess who was lucky again today!!!!!!!
Yep I won a blog candy from Nikki aka Bunny-Zoes blog I have been a follower of Nikki's for quite a while now as she does the most amazing stuff, pop on over and have a look when you get the chance. Thanks a million Nikki. Anyway glue should be dry on my cut outs by now so back to paper moulding for me.


  1. Its really coming along now Beccy. Can't wait to see the finished picture! Congratulations on winning the blog candy!
    Alicia xx

  2. Ooooh I can't wait to see how this turns out! There is something for you on my blog.

    Liza x

  3. Wow Beccy, can't wait till it's finished, it's looking good already, and I love the ones you've already done that you have showing in your sidebar. I can see that an awful lot of work goes into each one you do, you're very talented.
    I also wanted to say a Big thank you for the lovely card you sent me. I received it on Saturday, it was a lovely surprise, thank you very much.

  4. I can't wait to see the finished result Beccy, it looks intriguing and I am fascinated....
    En x


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