Saturday, 11 May 2013

A Bit of Black n White


Another built up frame using the TH dies, stamps and lots of 3d foam!!

I decided to stick to black and white this time.  The frames were coloured in fresco paints and stamped with TH images in versamark ink.  Sticky embossing powder was poured over and then heated.  Schizzle foil in the opposite colours was pressed into the sticky, hot powder.  Unfortunately I put the foil on the pediment the wrong way round which is why it's not very sharp!!  

The main TH image was stamped on white card with black stazon, the dice beads were added and the lock and key were hi-lighted with pewter treasure gold.  The crown is from a Cuttlebug die/embossing set with black gems added.


The sun came out this afternoon so I took another photo in natural day light.



8 comments:

Helen said...

Looks really good, Sam. Love the black and white simplicity.

Pinksparklegirl said...

Another fab project, love the momnchrome look

Marianne said...

Great!! Even in black and white you create these awesome creations. Love these very tiny dies :-))
Another artful piece!!
xxx Marianne

Deborah said...

I'm liking the black and white - very dramatic.

Gez Butterworth said...

Loving the black & white frame Sam.. it looks FAB xX

Amanda said...

Totally striking!
Love
Amanda x

chrissies said...

Not easy to do all black and white Sam but you have made something brilliant.

Love Chrissie xx

butterfly said...

A fabulous monochrome make - and amazing to see how sunlight can change the atmosphere of a make so completely.
Alison x

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