Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Da Vinci


Created for the Wednesday Stamper Challenge. The background was sponged with Distress Ink in Antique Linen, Milled Lavender and Dusty Concord. The Da Vinci image was then stamped in StazOn Stone Grey which was then masked and a crackle stamped onto the background in Dusty Concord. Finally the Artist & Art texts were stamped down the side and along the bottom of the card, and inkk splatters randomly around it.

38 comments:

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

Wonderful stamping and the color is yummy!
oxo

Momo Luna said...

It's gorgeous and the colors are indeed delicious....

Tinkertaylor said...

This is my sort of background all shaded, colours and splashes gorgeous

cbee said...

Really wonderful!

LiveArt said...

LOVE the stamping and the fantastic colour!! It's gorgeous!!

Linda

Gabi Mewi said...

Oh, we used the same stamp but in a different way.Love your colors.

belindaschneider said...

oh, beautiful!!!

Hermine said...

Its gorgeous!

jacksjunk said...

Hi Rachel
Just wanted to say how much I love your art. I think we will be swapping soon and if so can't wait. The piece you posted a few days ago (The Blackbird on Poppy and Buttercup inks) was just gorgeous as is this piece

Rhonda said...

This is beautiful! Cheers!

ScrappyPam said...

Beautiful!!

lena said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely... Beautiful colours and a stunning stamp!

teenbata20 said...

Thank you

vikkiscrappygal said...

You stuff is lovely

JAN said...

your art is supreme you have inspired me so much today..you are such a talented lady..and nice to see uk gem of an artist too..

James Warwick said...

wow did you make this!!

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Beracahvalley said...

I like your work plenty. It's awesome.

Crafty Dawn said...

Wonderful stamping I really like how you have used one colour palett too (monochrome) it's lovely and well thought out

Love Dawn xx

Carol Mae said...

Love all your art work, very stunning. I'm now a follower and will be back often. Have a beautiful Sunday. Smiles, Carol Mae

Tracie Tsuneya said...

I love everything about it- the colors, the images, the composition. It's fantastic.

Just said...

Beautiful. Do you sell your work on Etsy or anywhere?

Kannan said...

Very good post.

Apurva said...

brilliant..... just brilliant
all the designs in the whole blog.

Hats off.

bubblychick:) said...

I absolutely love the stamping. Check me out at runwayfashion101.blogspot.com

Nancy Ward said...

Hi!

Today I posted an entry on my blog with a link to yours.

I'd appreciate your letting me know if that's OK.

Thanks,

Nancy Ward
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Shawn Caro said...

Beautiful! I love these colors together..very moody!

Carole said...

lovely & love your blog :)

Lottie said...

I am haaving a wonderful time looking at all your posts on your blog.

Such gorgeous art work - so much inspiration - I have't even tried a tenth of what you have created.

Brilliant

Thyme2Be said...

Lovely work!

Amritha Menon said...

Hello,

am an absolute stranger! was browing by the blogoshpere, and saw this. find your work very fresh and inspiring. good luck with more...

Hope said...

beautiful creations! thank you

Peggy Shaw said...

Hi
I was wondering if you would share how you are attachng images etc.
Are you using mod podge? you also talk about using floor wax for tissue would you tell me how and why?
your work is amazing
Thank you
Peggy
papaintfairy@msn.com

Martina2801 said...

WOW...this is awesome...gorgeous work !!!

HAPPY EASTER to you!

Yvonne said...

Oh, I have these stamps too, absolutely gorgeous what you have done with them!

Plush Possum Studio said...

Very pretty! Love the subtlety with color. I also like how you share with us your process, including those colors you've chosen. I'm in the market for another kind of stamp pad, and am looking forward to trying on one of your Distress colors.
Rose

johanna said...

such a wonderful image, and you made the best out of it!

Taluula said...

A gorgeous piece of artwork, my friend. And such a lovely colour too.