Sunday, 21 July 2013

Down in the Dungeon


My LP image has been sent to the dungeons!! Background was created using the brick mask with grunge paste pushed through it. Coloured with French roast fresco paint and hi-lighted with nougat. I bought another window frame die by memory box which is slightly bigger than the tonic one and also has a sill.  I coloured the LP image with distress marker pens and a water brush.

You will also see another one of my mini metal handles from the MDF Man and the set of dungeon keys hung up with the Prima junkyard findings.

Over at Out of a Hat Creations this week, they have a theme of 'you hold the key', in this instance, the dungeon keys!!!

19 comments:

Lin said...

Sam I love this..great idea and funny too sending that lovely lady to the dungeons lol!!! Loving your new bits from the MDF man..looks brilliant xx

Helen said...

Ooh, smashing - love the dungeon!! the little bunch of keys is just fab. What a creative roll you are on!

chrissies said...

Fab grunging Sam it looks real to me. Great piece yet again

Love Chrissie x

downrightcrafty said...

oh love the depth created by the colours and techniques and the little hardware findings are fabulous that little bunch of keys wow
Hugs Kate xx

Carol Q said...

this is fab Sam. love the texture and paint you've used for the brickwork. I'm going to have to look out for the MDF man's next show!

isisimaginings.com said...

BRILLIANT idea, I love it!!!

Pinksparklegirl said...

wow this is amazing, that wall looks fantastic and i love the little keys hanging. You really are so creative i could go off you lol

Amanda said...

What a great piece, made me smile to think she is condemned to a life behind bars! Great texture with the brick work.
Love
Amanda x

chrissies said...

Only just realised uou have made it for the Hatters Challenge and so pleased that you did thanks for joining us

Love Chrissie xxx

Minxy said...

super piece Sam, love the set of keys hanging up, very nice touch xo

Marianne said...

This looks stunning!! Great object!
xxx Marianne

butterfly said...

Very cool... like Anne Boleyn in the Tower or something...
Alison x

Alison said...

This is so cool! I love it! xxx

craftimamma said...

Yay, love this one Sam! That image is perfect for this piece and love the metal bits. The brick mask works brilliantly too. Fab piece!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Chris said...

Love this one , Sam. The brickwork is amazing.

Chris xx

Sue said...

This is brilliant Sam, I love the brickwork and the little bunch of hanging keys is genius xx

Janet said...

Oh !!! Sam, your card is amazing, great brick work, love the window frame, have to keep a look out for that. Thanks for joining us at OOAH
Janet x

hazel said...

I love everything about this Sam - it's brilliant.
xxx Hazel.

Sandra's Spot said...

Excellent card Sam love that she is in the dungeon. Great brick work and those little key hangings are perfect. Thanks for joining us at OOAH. Hugs Sandra X

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