Monday, February 8, 2010

Sunday Stampers 90 - Roses

I've managed to get my challenge piece done early this week for the Sunday Stampers challenge over at Hels place.  Basically you can do anything you like so long as you include some stamping; so plenty of scope :)  You really should visit Hels blog though as she does make wonderful art work - it's yummy scrummy ;) I've done another box frame (made one last week also).  Again it's a cheap canvas from The Works which I've turned round.  I cut a frame ,larger than the original, out of Grungepaper and painted it with Lumiere Metallic Gold, it was too pale and uninteresting so crackelled it but there was too much white in then so used metallic rub-ons and then some Pearl Violet paint by Lumiere.  I've added some gold netting which I've painted, 3 Grungepaper roses and a Grungeboard butterfly - I've used a Grungeboard hinge for the body.  The canvas has been coloured with mica powders and stamped with a couple of Tim's stamps.
Thank you for looking :) xx

9 comments:

Crafty Chris said...

Hi Anne
this is stunning and the one beneath you are a lady with many talents and all fantastic. love the colours, have entered the guessing game at the top it is hard, must get mine out and see if my children can guess which one is me, great fun.
Chris x

Hels said...

Gorgeous altered art and loving the roses..they are lush..thanks for joining in and for your lovely comment too x

Julia Dunnit said...

THose roses are beautiful. Well, the whole thing is of course, really ovely Anne, and blimey - you're working fast!

Linby said...

ooh another lovely piece, those roses are fab.
Linbyx

Ann said...

Absolutely gorgeous Anne, everything about it is just so lush!! Beautiful :D xxx

LME said...

Beautiful :)

Helen said...

Fab Fab Fab Fab (that's the Fab Four of course!) Looks gorgeous.

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Tracey said...

Oooooo, lovely jubbly Anne, I have managed to paint a canvas with gesso,and made lots of mess, just not got any further!
x