Thursday, 11 August 2011

JFF - Week 28 - Black & White


So here we go with week two of the colour theme on JFF.  Just add black to white and there we have it, this weeks theme is black & white.

I decided to re-visit the slide mount box.  To find out how I consturcted it, check out the step by step on the Techniques Zone.


This is a sample of the edges.  I left them plain on this one.


I then made another one.


I edged this one with sequins.

13 comments:

downrightcrafty said...

love the sequins down the edge, they are something I stay clear of normally but do believe I see them in a new light now :)
Hugs Kate xx

Neet said...

Off to check on your technique - I love slide mounts and funnily enough have just done something at the Club with them. I like the design you have on yours and the sequin edge is something I have never seen before. Lovely work. Hugs, Neet x

florenceandfreddie said...

Hi Sam. These are really lovely.
Regards Florence x

Zoechaos said...

Neat! love the theme and featuring black. XOXO Zoe

Alison said...

Ooh! I remember this technique!! These are lovely Sam!! xxx

Von said...

Oh it's one of those slide mounts thought it was lovely when I saw it at zoe's :)
Von x

hazel said...

I love your slide mounts - they're something I've never played with.
xxx Hazel.

Jaqi said...

Wow....fab, love these, ive not tried these before , i may have to give them a go. Thanks for the inspiration:-)

Craftgirl said...

Love it. I have been revisiting slide mounts too and thanks for stopping by my blog.
Carol C

Dolly Daydreams said...

Sam this is fabulous , small and dynamic piece just love the sequins down the side, great theme this week.

Marie

Shairon said...

Hi Sam. Great black and white artwork. Sorry I don't get to comment very often - bad blogger friend! Check out my comment in reply to yours on my blog please so we can message or email. x

Suze Bain said...

What a great little project, never seen these before. Oh no, something else for the shopping list! xx

Lottie said...

These are absolute cuties. I love the little works of art - so very clever

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