Esme walked us through three processes to create (L to R) a debossed piece, an embossed piece and a high relief one. These are each about 3 1/4" square.
My hours of tangled drawing came in handy for the debossed piece...I could do this kind of patterning for days.
I love the high relief heart, and would definitely like to do more of this...filling the relief portion with wax is key to being able to mark-make on the top of the heart.
Of course my creativity time didn't stop there - I'm also working on a dryer sheet dress for the upcoming Trashion show, so my studio is draped in colour.
As I'm still at the tack-it-together-with-running-stitches stage, it's less than elegant, but I can see there is hope that I can complete it in the next six weeks.
My original intent was to make it a full length gown, but a try-on by a recent visitor made me realise I'd a long way to go!
Quite possibly it will be a 1950's house-dress style rather than a ball gown. ☺️
And somewhere in the studio there are more completed journal pages and a gel print to two (well, maybe 20), so I'm feeling like my week has been wildly (in the best sense of the word) creative. How about yours?