Friday, June 3, 2011

Burnt Edges Vintage Painting


Happy Friday! I'm back with another Chapel Road project to share with you today. This month we are doing feminine themed projects, and today I've gone with a sort of "Middle Ages" feel.

This old-fashioned portrait is from the Margaret stamp set, and I inked it up with Straw and Wild Honey inks and then used the Burnt Edges technique (from Technique Junkies) around the edges. It feels like I just walked into a museum and I'm looking at a musty old painting by da Vinci or Rembrandt.

I added the sentiment (also from the Margaret set) below the portrait, and adhered some sheer brown ribbon tied in a bow to the upper right corner. Some paper from Basic Grey's Curio collection completes the vintage feel of this card.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Stamps: Margaret from Class Act/Chapel Road (click on Chapel Road, then click Women of the Ages to see more feminine stamp sets)
Ink: Wild Honey, Straw, Tea Dye, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain
CS: Chocolate Chip, White, Curio from Basic Grey
Other: distress tool, ribbon, sponge
TJ Technique: Burnt Edges

4 comments:

MezzoKat said...

Gorgeous card! Love your use of the Burnt Edges technique.

HandmadebyTLC said...

Lovely image! I noticed your on the Belli DT and I was wondering if there was a winner for ch117? Thanks, I couldn't find any reference on the challenge blog :)
Tammy Louise

Chris Arlington - Canada said...

Stunning!

JessicaLynn said...

Great Card, I really love the colors that you picked.

I hope you will come and join my blog and be sure to sign up for the frame giveaway!!

Jessica Lynn
http://jessicalynnoriginal.blogspot.com/