Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Another Config Box


This is the 2nd pair of config boxes, so I made another chest type box with them again using LP images but not the oriental ones this time.


The canvas is painted in a washed out tango fresco paint.


Images are stamped in black stazon. 


This is the back. The image on the right is the only one that didn't stamp that well, but I didn't have any spare canvas to stamp another piece, so had to go with it.


This is the top. The boxes are coloured with blood orange and edged in little black dress.


And a view from the side with the clasp open.


And from the other side.

As you've probably gathered by now if you've read the other box posts, Artful Times have a theme of box clever.

11 comments:

chrissies said...

Beautiful box again Sam.. Still not sure how these work so will have to go and look them up. The colours and images you use are always just right together.

Love Chrissie x

massofhair said...

Wondering what you are going to use your boxes for Sam?

Beautiful use of canvas, great images & love the moody colours:-) xxx

Lin said...

Great box Sam..love those colours together!! really lovely xxx

Helen said...

I think it's safe to say you enjoyed this theme!! This is fabulous!

Lucy Edmondson said...

I love the sepia tones of this, a very different effect to the bright colours,

Lucy x

Sandy said...

You are really knocking my socks off here Sam - so many creative ideas and beautifully made. I LOVE this!!!!
sandy xx

Marianne said...

I must have been hiding underground.... I also missed this post about the beautiful box. Great creation!!

isisimaginings.com said...

Beautiful!!!

Neet said...

OK so when did this one get snuck in Sam? Another lovely creation - I am so pleased to see you enjoyed this challenge so much. We enjoyed watching what you were doing next.
Hugs & Love, Neet xx

butterfly said...

Such a genius way to use the little boxes - fabulously decorative!
Alison x

Margie said...

Just popped over from Artful Times and I love all your boxes but this one is my favourite. Margie

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