Happy Wednesday to you!! Thanks for coming by, this week over at the Stampotique Designer's Challenge Blog our wonderful and, oh, so talented France Papillon has challenge us to do something Vintage.
This was a toughie for me because vintage has never been "up my alley." I'm so bad at it.. haha!!
Don't get me wrong, I love Vintage, it's so beautiful and awesome and amazing but I'm just no good at creating it.
If you know me, you know that I just had to take on this challenge head on and dive right in.
I used my Stampotique Stamp
Topknot - By artist Daniel Torrente
I simply stamped her onto manilla card stock and heat embossed. No color, just her and all her glory.
I created my background by starting with patterned paper and using gesso over it here and there.
After that dried I spritzed with Color Wash
I then used some paper stencils and archival inks
Adding a bit of lace, flowers I made, a tag and some gold pearls I think it came out pretty ok, what do you think?
Thanks for coming by and make sure to check out the Designer's Blog for my post this week..
This is gorgeous Claudine, I struggle with vintage too xxReplyDelete
Just popped over from the Stampotique Designers' Blog, Claudine, where I left you some love! Great piece today for the vintage theme. Love your die cut flowers...you used the perfect paper!ReplyDelete
Vintage is hard, jmo, but you did a wonderful job :)ReplyDelete
Very Tim Burton meets Vintage Chic - awesome!ReplyDelete
Lovely touches with the vintage lace and buttons to your lovely projectReplyDelete
I think it's more than just pretty ok!! Love how Win Dinn described it, especially knowing that Tim Burton is my favorite director!ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining Claudine, much appreciated!
Love it, it definitely has a vintage style!ReplyDelete