Thursday, 24 September 2009

Tuesday Taggers in Sepia

This is the last blob I am going to allow myself, this should have posted on Tuesday of course, but failed miserably. Never mind, I'm always telling my kids to draw a line and start again so I shall heed my own advice.

So Tuesday Taggers sepia theme......

I bought this stamp of Ophelia a while ago off ebay but cant remember what make she is but I absolutely love her. Such a delicate creature!

I stamped her on white card with an old momento pad (I keep these for when I dont want a strong black image) then lightly coloured her with TH Antique linen. Made the frame by stamping and embossing a Melissa Frances frame cutting a wide surround inking with TH inks and bashing it about a bit!

The paper weight is a cheapy from poundland just stamped coloured and a ribbon fastened around then slipped into the glass. Not a brilliant photo though, it's difficult to photo shiny objects, but you get the idea?

It's a great challenge this week and everyone definately has the right stuff to have a go, if you havn't got inks why not try tea or coffee to colour your sepia, it works a treat!

Have a look here at the DT creations for some great ideas.

See you soon

x Michelle


Teri said...

This is faberooni!
Love all the 'distressed' looking bits - ace!
Teri x

yvonne said...

These are fab. love the image she is so picture perfect. And looks wonderful in the Paper weight too.
Such rich golden coloirs. stunning

lisa said...

These are both stunning Michelle. She is beautiful isn't she. Your frame is beautiful and the paper weight is an exact match. They work so well as a pair.
I shall definitely be having a go at this one although it won't be up to your standards.


georgina said...

love this Michelle and i think your stamp is from Graphicus as i've got it too, luv geoprginaxx

Sandra said...

Oooo scrummy creations Michelle. I'm one for keeping old pads too (ink pads that is ;o)
Sandra x

The Stamp Man said...

I've been looking out for your post so that I can say how wonderful I think these projects are. They are both equally brilliantly done, and would also look great in my living room, so another challenge for me to try something similiar:)

We used to sell the Ophelia stamp YEARS ago, it was by a company called Stampsmith, I have always loved this stamp, she is so beautiful. I must dig her out, I'm sure I still have her somewhere!

Jill x

Sally H said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I love the Ophelia stamp and the sepia tones add to that gorgeous vintage effect x

Sarita said...

These are just stunning Michelle. I love the beautiful image, and your paperweight is gorgeous . I would never have thought of doing anything like this, you have the most amazing imagination!
Love Sarita xx

debby4000 said...

Stunning sepia projects, love the paperweight. Do love your artwork.

Maureen said...

Love both your pieces - they are beautiful!!