Saturday, 16 May 2009

Week 20 - Lotstodo Challenge - Working with Wood



I made this piece from all sorts of nik naks. I used mini wooden pegs, match sticks, coffee stirrers, tickets, string and eyelets. The image was stamped with versamark clear and then embossed with peeled paint distressed powder

16 comments:

Ang C said...

Wow!!! This is fantastic - so many different things to see in it!!!

Mags said...

Wow Sam, how creative is this! It's stunnig & so much to look at & the texture I am sure is fab to!

Femmy said...

fantastic piece Sam!!
I don't have any wood,so can't join this week.
have a great weekend.
hugs femmy

Zoechaos said...

Wow what an amazing piece so imaginative and Powerful. Thinking cap on.

LazyKay said...

That's brill. I've got some ATCs to make on a 'recycled' theme, think I'll take inspiration from this piece of yours.

xxxxxxxxx

Rein said...

What a great piece!

Lynn Stevens said...

wow all kinds of wooden goodies, kewl

Minx said...

Hi hun, seems like ages since we've chatted, hope your well.
Loving this piece, love the suspended middle section, very clever and looks so cool x

Andrea said...

What a brilliant piece Sam,love the way you've brought everything together.xx

Ellen said...

absolutely bl... y marvel.
I'm in love with that frame did you make it ,buy it ,create it, steal it ?
the beads look great on it.

sam21ski said...

Ellen I bought the frame from a charity shop, took all the bits out that it came with and just run wire all over it putting beads on as I went. I did it in sections and obviously didn't do the middle so I could suspend an image xxxxx

Joy said...

Great piece of art Sam. Very innovative xx

craftytrog said...

It's brilliant!! xx

Hazel said...

It is brilliant- such an eclectic mixture of embellishments but it works so well! Love it!

Lil Sis said...

Brilliant Sam that is so clever and original.

Beccy x

Christine D. said...

Great!
I seem to be having problems linking mine to the "Lots to do"Site.
Here is my link if anyone can help to connect. my entry

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