Sunday, 15 June 2014

Graffiti Shrine


Over on the PA blog this week my lovely friend Kirsten was a Guest Designer and bless her, she wanted to do a runner from Twitter around the launch time, but she made a beautiful butterfly shrine which you can see here.

I used the negative from a TH die (postage stamp), the die cut shapes from one of the TH frameworks dies that Lin kindly sent to me and housed my fave LP image in the space. GP and diamond stencil along with treasure gold and script stamping over the frame.

18 comments:

Helen said...

It's gorgeous, Sam - but I can't believe you didn't make one with butterflies and flowers...lol!

craftytrog said...

Brilliant! xxx

Trish said...

Fab shrine! I love the image

Sid said...

Looking great !!

butterfly said...

Great take on Kirsten's fab inspiration - it may just be me, but with those steely greys and the tower on her head, it feels as though she's about to be locked away behind those iron gates in the background. Very cool!
Alison xx

pearshapedcrafting said...

Fabulous texture and the negative of th postage stamp die makes a great frame! Love that lady too! Chris:)

Hazel Agnew said...

Fab texture, lovely take on Kirstens shrine. X

Craftyfield said...

Love the inside out frame around your lady1

Corrie Herriman said...

Wonderful, love that die-cut !
Corrie x

Amanda said...

Brilliant love the steel colours
Love
Amanda x

Sue said...

This is fab Sam, I love this frameworks die, and your tower lady looks right at home here xx

Julie Ann Lee said...

Love this, Sam! A fabulous interpretation and such great use made of the TH trellis die! Terrific! You've created so many great projects lately! Once again I'm having trouble keeping up with you! Julie Ann xxx

isisimaginings.com said...

Sam, this is wonderful, the negative of the die cut makes a perfect frame. Thank you so much for making your own shrine. I'm thrilled to have inspired you.

chrissies said...

Fantastic Sam it does follow the theme beautifully and can't imagine yours with the extras though they do look amazing on Kirsten's piece-thanks for the link

Love Chrissie x

Buttons said...

So clever Sam. Love the way you've teamed the frameworks with the postage die frame. Jenny x

Deborah Wainwright said...

Love how you have made this your own xx

craftimamma said...

Brilliant take on Kirsten's fab inspiration Sam. Great idea to use the die negative for the frame and your lady looks perfect with the trellis behind her.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

craftimamma said...

My first comment appears to have failed so I'll try again, lol!

Love your brilliant take on Kirsten's fab inspiration Sam. Great idea to use the die negative as a frame and your lady looks perfect with the trellis behind her. Lovely interpretation!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

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