Friday, 11 April 2014

The Final Curtain - Inspired by PA


Over at the PA blog this week, Julie Ann has made a lovely project in her journal which you can see here, here and here as she show cased it over 3 nights. I don't do journalling so made a stand alone mini theatre piece by building up die cut negatives.


And this is just to give you an idea of the depth of each layer.

20 comments:

Pinksparklegirl said...

wow i love that, great colour combination too

massofhair said...

Looks complex Sam, great colours and fab theatre front:-) xxx

Colleen said...

Sam,
This turned out really cute!

Helen said...

Sam thats fabulous

Etsuko Noguchi said...

Brilliant Mini Theatre, beautiful colours combo and great idea. xx

craftytrog said...

Very cool, gorgeous colours! xxx

Carol Q said...

wowee Sam you went for it with this project. turned out fab too! I always like what you create with the Lyn Perella stamps.

Julie Ann Lee said...

Fun and fabulous! I love the colours and the way you used the die-cuts! The Lynne Perrella stamps look amazing too! This is so beautiful. I love it! Thank you so much for playing, Sam and creating something so stunning! Julie Ann xxx

Lin said...

Love love love it Sam!! Gorgeous colours too!! xxx

Lucy Edmondson said...

Absolutely wonderful, Sam. Love that layer of deeper blue,

Lucy x

Darcy UK said...

So clever, love how you have built it up.

isisimaginings.com said...

Sam, that is completely stunning. The colours are gorgeous.

butterfly said...

Love, love your theatrical creation - it's brilliant, Sam! Off to catch up with some of your Parisian adventures...
Alison xx

chrissies said...

Brilliant Sam. I have a mini theatre but I couldn't think how to use it-you have inspired me with this.

Love Chrissie x

Deborah said...

Absolutely fantastic theatre, Sam.

Hazel Agnew said...

Love the depth and colour, Fab stamping as usual and is white pen now becoming your trademark? love it. x

Trish said...

Wow, gorgeous! so much detail and depth. Really beautiful Sam!

Sandy said...

You are so clever Sam - how in the world do you learn how to do all of this -- wonderful Sugar!!
Sandy xx

craftimamma said...

That's blooming fantastic Sam! What a great idea and it's turned out really special.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

hazel said...

A fabulous make, love the colours.
xxx Hazel.

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