Saturday 22 March 2014

Delicious Darkness with Left of Centre

Morning all
Anyone that is into the darker and alternative side of crafting should of heard of, by now, the challenge blog called Left Of Centre. The style welcomed there is always non-cute and "just as it says on the box". This month also marks their first anniversary and a massive month long challenge with loads of sponsors. You really need to check it all out!
One of the many sponsors is none other than Delicious Doodles and the sister Delicious Darkness  for whom I have the honour of representing today. One of Teri's newest images is "Let me out" and if you look back to Monday you will see I've used this image in yet another way.
Today I made a little collection of three ATCs. Each showing different pyramage techniques. The image lends itself so well for the first two because of the mesh grid already in the picture. They can also be made from the same prints as they are made from the off-cuts of the other.

The third is slightly more time consuming but seemed fitting as I was in a bit of a twisted mind set at the time.
Each layer cut by measuring increments of 5deg up from the sides of each copy of the image. This naturally makes each layer smaller. Just a case of lining each piece up with the image below.

That's it from me today folks. Get on over to the Left of Centre blog for more surprises, eye candy and the challenges.

Head on back tomorrow when I'll have a little surprise for you all **wink, wink**


  1. Hi Helen oh I haven't done these in years it does bring back some memories seeing these and done so well too love them hope you're well
    Jacki x

  2. Triple AWESOME - these are amazing and such a fabulous way to demonstrate the different layering. Masterpieces Cromsie xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  3. These are all absolutely amazing Helen. Thank you so much for your support of me and the left of centre blog.
    You have amense talent and I love your crafting.

    <3 & hugs
    Lisa xxxx