Monday, 19 November 2012

Dare to Dream


Left side embossed background is fresco paint and right side background is Dylusion sprays, both have been swiped with treasure gold.  The main image is from PaperArtsy, the eye has been coloured with a green distress ink marker, more treasure gold added and the crunchy wax paper has been stapled to the right hand side.

10 comments:

chrissies said...

Some interesting and inspiring ideas on this piece Sam.

Love Chrissie xx

Helen said...

Gorgeous, Sam - I love the background so much!

downrightcrafty said...

another lovely piece, I am dreaming too, great layers and love the torn edges
Hugs Kate xx

Marianne said...

I first thought that these weren't your colours, but the tag is! And I like it, with this gold look and lovely embellishments. Great job!! Hugs,
Marianne

fairy thoughts said...

love all the texture here, I must get my paste out soon
janet

butterfly said...

Delicious textured collage - love the eye!!
Alison x

Tracie said...

gorgeous as always ... ive never liked the face part stamps.. but seeing ur recent makes am getting tempted!!

Alison said...

Gorgeous colours & textures! xxx

Sue said...

Fab collage Sam x

Gez said...

Gorgeous colours xx

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