Friday, October 22, 2010

DAY 22!!!!




hello, can you believe halloween is almost here! crazyness! well, if you would like some info go here, and while you are there, hang out a bit. i made this picture using the wickedly awesome digi stamps from strange skin. i have used it before, but just pieces of it. so as promised here is the whole thing. the picture doesn't seem to do it justice though. i really like this one. anyway, i had the back of an old frame, and built the picture up from there. i inked my black and white paper, used a map from an old book, and some old bailing wire from my dad. i inked the images, then colored. the sugar skull is from bombshell, by the way.  i inked up some white ribbon to frame everything out. i think it's a sponsor day, so head over to terra's blog for all the info! now go to my sidebar and get to hopping! enjoy! lisa

12 comments:

Lynette said...

The background pages with the map are gorgeous with these images. Great job.

Kelli said...

That's just awesome!!!

SuzieQ said...

Great background papers!! Nice job.

DonnaMundinger said...

Love it! Great idea using the back of an old frame. It really adds to the antique feel of the piece. xxD

Alison said...

Love it!!! I haven't colored her yet, but you made your Strande Skin and Bombshell images look amazing! Love that it's all on a frame!

Alex said...

Great use of the map!!!! I am always on the lookout for good map stuff to use.

Danielle said...

Very interesting piece, it's colored beautifully!

Steph said...

Very nice! I love all the different things you added to create the various textures and you rocked that image :)

Jane said...

Love the background papers and I just love that image
Luv Jane xxx

Stitchinwitch said...

Gorgeous. I love the little hints of bright colours

Croms' Cubby Hole said...

The BP .. the hardware .. the lovely little dewdrops.. then there's that fantastic image in the middle .. so well coloured. Love it
Helen x

KC said...

I like how you changed the color of the ribbon...all the elements on this are so fun! very well done! I especially love the bailing wire...