Saturday, 15 June 2013

Faux Metal Hanger


Over at Stampotique this week they are asking to see some faux metal and Stampotique stamps, so I decided to make a hanger. 

I  used a mix of TH metallic distress stains and paints to colour the frame along with black, to give it a metal look. The brick wall patterned paper has been stamped with the bla bla bla stamp.  Rocky has been stamped in black stazon onto a piece of acetate and placed a couple of layers higher than the background paper.

15 comments:

Lin said...

Great tag Sam..the shape of the frame is an excellent choice with that stamp!! love it!!

...the yorkshire fox... said...

...great hanger Sam, so love these quirky images...Mel:)x

Marianne said...

Lovely.... what a nice hanger, Sam!!
xxx Marianne

butterfly said...

Great effect on the frame...
Alison x

Carol Q said...

very effective Sam. like the shape of your frame.

dutchstamptramp said...

This is wonderful. I love the whole idea! Thanks for joining the Stampotique DC!

chrissies said...

Made me smile Sam--I am pleased to see the little figures are back lol

Great effect on the frame

Love Chrissie xx

Helen said...

Missed this Sam with my day spent in mum's garden lol! (working, not sitting around) This is gorgeous. Love the shape of the frame.

isisimaginings.com said...

Love that, it's gorgeous.

Alison said...

Brilliant frame! xxx

Sue said...

This is fab Sam, great use of the acetate. Rocky does a Banksy lol xx

Samantha Read said...

Love this Sam, how cool is Rocky! xx

Reflective Art Studio said...

So Cute. xx Thank you for sharing your creations with us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge.
xx
Sarinda

Kay Wallace said...

What a great hanger, Sam! Love how you have created graffiti on the brick wall...along with the guilty artist! Made me laugh!

Magda Polakow said...

Great idea! Thanks for joining us at the Stampotique Designer's Challenge. Magda :)

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