Saturday, 13 June 2009

Lots to do Princess

I made this one for the Lots to do challenge which is an open challenge this week. I would have loved to have time to do last weeks with the charms but it wasnt to be. Anyway here is this weeks offering

Princess has a small altered frame ( tesco ) which has been sanded and then inked with various and randomly embossed in gold. I also randomly stamped the word princess on the frame in stazon.

The image is a transfer on fabric which has been painted in lemon acrylic paint. Added the word princess in black stazon on this too. I loved the aged,effect this has and the way the fabric weave shows.

18 comments:

Faye said...

June, I know nothing about this challenge group, but I was just browsing around and noticed this fantastic piece of art you have made. This is so beautiful. I love the transfer to fabric. I've never tried that. Yours is so perfect. Great job.

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

you are one talented and creative lady. i would never think of anything like this and have it turn out this beautiful. wow.

hugs,

brenda said...

This is indeed another work of Art June, extreme talent and t
thank you so much for sharing.

Thanks also for visiting me and you lovely comment. Yesterday's classes were all Penny Black, althouhg I teach and demo all sorts of craty things, stamping and PB really are my favourites, then I guess it has to be Glimmer Mists to which I am utterly addicted. Basically I love colour as you will have gathered and crafting gives me the perfect way to express this.

Have a good weekend.

B x

sam21ski said...

WOW June this is just fantastic and what a great technique

Thanks for playing this week with the Lotstodo Challenge - Sam xxx

Ozstuff said...

HI June - I never get to see your craftwork but here I am now. This is beautiful - as is the whole blog. I am in awe of those who can make such beautiful things in real life.
I saw your note about tagging me here but am not quite sure what that means. Perhaps you could let me know. If you have time, my email address is on my blog profile.
June, you are maybe the fourth person in the past few days who has mentioned having problems with their Firefox (? is that it) browser. It is obviously not compatible with the blog. I am having an issue with my blog and others freezing up (using Internet Explorer) and I see in the help section that this is a recognised issue and the boffins are working on it. Ho hum!

Beth Jaffe thequeenofcups said...

Too beautiful for words. . . but I'll try! This is absolutely gorgeous! The image is perfect and the frame fabulously sets it off! You are so talented! I am inspired by you!

Ang C said...

This is stunning!!!!

MayJay said...

Fabulous work again June, Have a very Happy Birthday tomorrow.
Love, Mayxx

michele said...

I really like how you altered the picture and frame. Especially one from Tesco! Happy Birthday!!! Hope that you have a wonderful day.

Steph said...

Gorgeous, June. I love the embossing on the frame x

Flippinpest said...

Lovely project June, keep up the good work.
Thanks so much for continually supporting me on my blog :-)

craftytrog said...

It's gorgeous June, great texture on the frame! xx

Sandie said...

This is stunning June...I've only used this technique once, that was to make a fat page for a wedding "fat" book. I loved doing it,think I saved a picture, remind me to show you sometime.

Love & hugs Sandie xx

mommabear said...

brilliant I love it

vikkithescrapjunkie said...

Hi June, this is fantastic, i love how you have altered the frame its fab and the image is gorgeous.. you certainly are one talented lady!
Love n hugs
Vikki xx

Chris said...

Oh June this is beautiful... I just love that gorgeous image and the texture you created on the frame is amazing.
I just love 'princess' things... living me second childhood with every year of my adulthood...lol
hugs
Chris xx

Diana Evans said...

your frame is beautiful June!!!!

rozzy said...

Pop over to my blog as there is something for you
hugs rozzy xx