Saturday, 11 May 2013

Postcard from France


Now my postcard is rather chunky, but still.  Over at Out of a Hat Creations this week their theme is a postcard from France.  As I've used the TH postage stamp die cut I figured it would be okay and thought it rather fitting.  Again I created a shadow box but this one wasn't as deep as the others have been.  The background is a piece of marbling created with distress stains, with a mini Eiffel Tower tag 3'd to it, with a piece of acetate with the French map stamped on it and then finally the top layer is the TH Eiffel Tower die cut which fits perfectly into the relevant texture fade.  The frame and tower are painted with vanilla, haystack and brown shed fresco paints.

12 comments:

Helen said...

Love the Eiffel Tower die... glad to see you playing with all your new stuff!!

Lin said...

Sam this is gorgeous!! I love the colours you've used..eifel tower looks great!!

isisimaginings.com said...

It's your fault that my wish list is getting longer by the day!!! :) This is a beautiful piece, I love the colours, the marbling looks great.

Marianne said...

Great job!! Lovely stamp die and eiffeltower!!xxx Marianne

chrissies said...

Wonderful creation Sam with a beautiful blend of colours and shapes that stand out so well against the shadow box.

Always great to have you join in with us at the Hatters

Love Chrissie xx

Paula Whittaker said...

A fab creation Sam.

Tracey-B said...

This is fab and such a great take on the theme. Just wonderful! x

Janet said...

Hi Sam
your postcard is fabulous love your choice of colours.
Thanks for joining us at OOAH
Janet x

butterfly said...

Wow, you've been having a fabulously creative weekend, Sam (sorry, I'm going backwards through it!). I love your Parisian postcard, especially the depth you've created.
Alison x

Ann said...

Gorgeous Sam, love the colours & that TH die is fabby :D Hugs Ann xx

Von said...

Love the dimension Sam :)
Von ☺

strangelycreative said...

I really like that - I like the shadow box and the marbleing that you have done. Its great and that bit different. cx

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