Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Fly away

Hi everyone,


Just remembered my entry for CC3,challenge 4, (layering stencil,texture paste) here and generously sponsored by The Funkie Junkie here.

Done on greyboard using this little sweetheart from TH found relatives pack,I thought she needed wings! The wings are made from real rusted metal and they needed the old hot glue gun treatment to keep them in place!







Fresco and distress paints,grunge paste,ranger embossing powder,tim holtz stamp and arrow stencil.

Hope you like it

Donna.x

10 comments:

  1. Love this so much! The image, the texture, the stenciling, especially the arrow! Gorgeous design! Thanks so much for joining our texture challenge at CC3Challenge!!!

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  2. Thanks Anita,so glad you like it,everything should have wings and arrows attached!

    Donna.x

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  3. Such a fantastic piece of art. Great texture, always love the use of corrugated cardboard.

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    1. Thanks Silvia,the wings are actually rusted metal ( have now added that in the description) sadly can't say I did them myself though!

      Hugs,Donna.x

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  4. Wow! Donna, those rusted metal wings are great and really draw your eye into the centre image. Love the textured arrows, and the fine detailed dots around them. Mo x

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    1. Thanks Mo,you really have a very keen eye for detail,it's a pleasure to have you comment on my work

      Hugs,Donna.x

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  5. She's a delight! Love those rusty wings... more winged females please!
    Alison x

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    1. Thanks Alison,yes you are right,females look the best with wings!

      Hugs

      Donna x

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  6. Very whimsical, yet VERY cool piece. The stenciled arrows add so much interest. Love it!!

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    1. Thanks Cheryl, I am glad you like it,thanks for the lovely comment

      Hugs
      Donna x

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave me a comment,it's really appreciated.

Donna.x