Over at Project Tuesday, the challenge is to create a triangle box. Mine uses stamps from Heather's Stamping haven in Ottawa, Ontario. These are such fun little boxes for party and wedding favours! I stamped and gold embossed the background on SU cardstock, and the rose on vellum, then mounted that on cardstock and pop-dotted it as shown.
Monday, November 2, 2009
I did this for two challenges. Over at Gothic Arches, we were challenged to use a piece of Lord Frederick Leighton's art, and at Created by Hand, the challenge theme is "Times gone by." These gothic arch windows remind me of the beautiful architecture we saw when we visited Italy last month. I digitally superimposed part of one of his paintings on the centre window, added some beads and glitz, and used a sentiment stamp and the corner checked design stamp from Quietfire Design.
Over at Tag Tuesday, Louise has challenged us to create a tag with NO PAPER! Well, this one sure had me scratching my head! (lol) However, she did permit us to use cardboard...just no paper. So I cut apart a cereal box, glued tinfoil over that, let it dry, embossed it in my 'bug, painted it with white gesso, rubbed that off to distress it, then added a metal Creative Imaginations flower and a piece of ribbon. Here's the tag, and then I uploaded a photo of the tag made into a card with an Impression Obsessions sentiment stamp. THANKS Louise, what a fun challenge!
Thanks for stopping by today...I'll stop by your place too if there's a link! ;)