Sunday, 21 December 2008

GREEN ARCH

SENT IN AS COMPETITION ENTRY
This is another ATC made for a competition - had a lot of fun with this! The background is distress inks on watercolour paper, which has a fabulous texture for paint and ink but isn't smooth enough for stamping on.

The image is from a Crafty Individuals stamp, which I watercoloured, overlaid with a metal arch embossed by hand and coloured with alcohol inks, then mounted onto black card to make it stand out more. The black arches at the base are a Teesha Moore stamp which has been embossed.

Although you can't tell the black dots are quite 3D because they're done with relief outliner. The gold scrap wings have been slightly coloured to give them greater dimension. I'm pleased with this one - it will be hard to send it away!!

10 comments:

Linda said...

A beautiful ATC - the detail on that arch must be minute! Great work Rosie.
Linda xxxx

magpie said...

Love your metal work Rosie
I love the box..... A treasure
And so much work on the ATCs

Sharon xx

Cindy said...

Rosie - Love your work and visit your site often. I've nominated you for the One Lovely Blog award you can see the post at my blog http://mywvworld.blogspot.com

Thanks for sharing your work and especially sharing your techniques - it's really helpful to those of us who feel creatively challenged!

Cindy

Jaqi said...

Really lovely, and so much detail. Its great , Well Done Rosie, Jaqi x

Viola said...

Great ATC, Rosie!
Merry Christmas to you and yours! :o)

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

Happy Healthy New Year to you and yours Dear Rosie! So glad we've met here in blogland :) Looking forward to more fun and sharing in 2009!

ionesartstudio said...

This ATC is just beautiful. I love the intricacy of the embossing on the arch. Great job.
Happy New Year!

Ellen said...

this sis stunning I love the metalwork arch .
thanks for all the inspiration you rae sharing.
there's an award on my blog for you.

LazyKay said...

Beautiful work.

Keep up the inspiration!

Happy New Year.

xxxxx

Kris Dickinson said...

Gorgeous arch!