Friday, June 12, 2009

I can finally Share

Remember that canvas I started a while back? .... I can finally share it with you all. Hero Arts teamed up with QuicKutz for a little blog swap, this is the project I did with my Silhouette, total yumminess!



Here's a little closer look.


I started with a blank canvas and added layers of torn book text, then added an adornment which I cut, you can see it better here. I built up more layers by adding torn and wrinkled tissue paper (was really fun).

I cut some diamonds from the Silhouette, I stamped and white embossed old script on those before I attached them to the canvas, I added a little more tissue on top.

From there I add the Verse then the leaves and flower which are white embossed with images. To top it off I added a Crystal Knob (7gypsies) and ribbon.

This is an easier project than it looks, my objective was to create a background that looked like stone, the wrinkled tissue paper worked wonders for this.

If you haven't visited the HeroArts blog this week, there is still time to win some fantastic QK giveaways....I'll start you out with Mondays Post HERE.

And I'm thrilled because Kerri Bradford highlighted my canvas on her blog here. So fun!

Thanks and Enjoy!
Shari

13 comments :

Diana said...

Shari, this is so fantastic. Mixed media at it's finest!

Tami H said...

exquisite, girl...love it! really does have a stone look. you are amazing

Vanessa said...

This is soo fab, Shari! I love everything about it, you inspire me so much with all your wonderful creations! Thank you, you rock! :)

Vanessa

Eveline said...

It turned out beautifully.
Eveline.

Avital said...

You are AMAZING! This canvas is gorgeous and very inspiring.

Joanne said...

ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC
XX

Nancy Wethington said...

Shari, this is absolutely gorgeous. Your work is extraordinary!

Margie said...

That is absolutely beautiful!

Margie said...

Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

Mary Broussard said...

Shari you are wonderful! I was tearing my hair out trying to figure out what to do for a co-worker of my hubby's wedding day.

We don't exchange gifts but I wanted to give the couple more than a card and this idea was a lifesaver. Thank you for sharing all of your talent and fantastic creations!

Thanks,
Mary

Jana said...

Whoa! This is fantastic. Another wonderful Shari creation.

Judy said...

Awesome! I love the monochromatic colors. So inspiring! I love your style!
WTG!
Smiles to you........judy

Kathy said...

Wow Shari..this is breath taking...this is why you write books..you are so incredible! Hugs,kathy