Montag, 5. November 2012

the roofs over the world

They were looking over the roofs of the word, ballons flying in the air and dreaming of all the things that were ahead of them. They were looking forward to see new contries, meet new cultures and new people.

I used a little canvas, stamped some writing stamps on tissue paper, used acrylics and mod podge and an old air ail envenlope.
The couple was stamped on shrink plastic (without shrinking it). I did not like the transparency of the female dress so I gessoed the backside of her dress a little bit.

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  1. einfach grossartig Deine Schattenbox! toll mit dem Luftpostumschlagpapier! Hammer!

  2. Mal wieder eine ganz tolle Idee, ein klasse Werk.

  3. What a fabulously inspirational piece of artwork, thanks so much and sharing with us at Flonz Vintage Stamping challenges this month.

    B x

  4. Very cool! Thanks for entering the eclectic ellapu blog challenge!

  5. Most unusual and brilliant design. Gorgeous card. Nicola x

  6. Wow, fabulous artwork! Great dimension! :) Thanks for entering our "Get In Shape" challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp challenge blog! xox

  7. Fabulous work or art !! I love how you used shrink plastic and didn't shrink ,, I never thought to do that !! the balloons look fab too ,, awesome ! :-)

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge :-)
    Lols x x x

  8. Wow! This is spectacular It looks smashing! Lovely to see you playing along with us @ The Crafty Pad this week :) P.S. I have Santa’s Candy on my blog !

  9. A great scene in wonderfully muted the atmosphere that you have created!
    Thankyou for joining us at Vintage Stamping Challenges.
    Dot x

  10. Beautiful entry, perfect for our vintage challenge over at Eclectic Ellapu this week
    Elaine aka Ellapu

  11. This is so pleasing to the eye, very soft and gentle, gorgeous.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Vintage Stamping Challenges.

    Hugs Shirley x x

  12. You so such wonderful, ethereal work! Thank you for sharing your art.