Monday, 8 December 2008

Gothic arch challenge Trees

My arch shows trees throughout the year, and as I love trees I might just do an arch book of trees, but not this side of Christmas.

Thursday, 4 December 2008

My pieces for my two themes

These are the pieces that I have done for my own themes. The first one is my angel, and the last two are for my Oriental jigsaw. They are all complete, so will mount them onto canvas as soon as I have bought them. I seem to have every size apart from the one I want.

For the Oriental ones, I have used stampboard, friendly plastic, charms, and beads to give them a three D dimensional look. The backgrounds on all of them were painted with a pearlescent acrylic dabber, and then stamped. The Oriental ones have been embossed with clear powder. Two of them have my favourite accent beads on.

Wednesday, 3 December 2008

The last jigsaw

Gosh, did I struggle with this one. It's for Sheila, who wanted a homespun, rustic, country, shabby look, in faded blues, green, and cream. I painted the background with acrylics, stamped the rag doll, shrank another one, and added various bits and pieces. I think I got carried away, and put too much on.
Just my own to do now.

Tuesday, 2 December 2008

Created by hand -- Red and Green

These are two very simple Christmas cards, that happen to fit the challenge on Created by hand this week. When you have 130 + cards to make, the simpler the better

Monday, 1 December 2008

Gothic arch challenge Snow

This week the Gothic arch challenge is Snow.
On this one I used puff-up paint for the snow, and stamped some trees and snow flakes, and embossed them The image was added, with some punched snowflakes around the arch top

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