Sunday, 23 June 2013

Oriental Minitures




A size #10 tag in black, coloured the size #8 tag with blood orange fresco paint and stamped it randomly with the oriental scrip from the Ink and the Dog Asian plate.  The centre piece is an LP image on shrink plastic, housed in a paper clay frame mould, kindly given to me by Emma.  That paper clay is really weird stuff before it's set, it feels like chewing gum!!

13 comments:

Julie Ann Lee said...

This is fabulous! Love the effect of the clay! Julie Ann xxx

Lin said...

Brilliant Sam!!! love that frames and the oriental has shrunk very well lol!!

downrightcrafty said...

great piece love the colours
Hugs Kate xx

Carol Q said...

scrumptious Sam. your edging really makes it pop and I that pediments die never fails (also like the way you've decorated this). Shrink plastic eh???

Marianne said...

Very very lovely!! Have a nice sunday!
xxx Marianne

isisimaginings.com said...

Gorgeous tag. The black sets off the blood orange & white perfectly.

butterfly said...

Very cool - love the layering onto the black framing tag, and the pediment works brilliantly.
Alison x

Deborah said...

Really striking colour scheme, works so well with the pediment and the oriental theme.

Alison said...

Great colours & images! A fabulous tag Sam! xxx

Chris said...

Crikey, Sam, I'm going to have to pay you a visit more often! I can't believe how much I've missed...

Love all your projects. Fabulous colours, texture and images.

Chris xx

chrissies said...

Wonderful Sam and great use of the frame. I always love it when you use white pen and how neat it looks

Best wishes Chrissie xx

Sid said...

This is fab !!

craftimamma said...

Brilliant colours for the oriental theme and fab stamps too. Love the shrunk one and that little frame is gorgeous. I think that paper clay is what I have. If so I agree, it is weird stuff!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

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