September 4, 2007

Gothic Arch Challenge

The challenge this week for Gothic Arches was "Moon." I decided on the old song, "By the Light of the Silvery Moon."






Couldn't resist making this one also -- a little different style, but I had to use my Halloween moon stamp.

Background paper from Crafty Secrets. Stamps from PSX (spider web and crackle background); Hampton Arts (boo to you); Northwoods (moon); Stampendous (house); Anita's (boo). Colored with makers and Dove blender pen.


17 comments:

DymphieM said...

The Halloween one is so much fun and the silvery moon is gorgeous!

Michelle said...

You never cease to amaze me with your insight and talent. Great ones...both of them.

marciad said...

These are terrific. I love the images of the children on the first one. Is that a stamp? Where from?

pat said...

Both are wonderful, great work

Nancy Maxwell James said...

I love both of these. each design is so different and unique..the moon arch has a mystical feel, love the Halloween one too! beautiful!

Francoise said...

j'aime beaucoup vos arches magnifiques !

Angelina said...

Love them both! Great, great Arches!!

Sanja said...

beautiful arches!!!!
sivlery moon is fabulos:)

isa.norris said...

lovely !! Love the halloween one :o)

Dawn said...

oh, how cooool.. Love the moon in both..

joanne wardle said...

They are both great, but the first one is so beautiful.

Sija said...

Love them both. Stunning work!

audrey h. said...

Both of these are wonderful. Love the stamp of the children in the top one and of course I am loving the halloween arch :o)

Linda M said...

I saw your Halloween one at 2 peas and said there I thought it was the best arch ever. Like your moon one too!

Trish D said...

Ooh, love the top one! (And now I'm singing the all-too-silly VeggieTales version of the song: "By the light of the silvery moon, with bowl and spoon, violin and bassoon... shredded wheat, nothing better to eat, each crunchy bite is a delight, eat another bowl soon...") Man, I gotta stop listening to my kids' music!! :)

Seriously, though, lovely work!!

stamp and scrape said...

The silvery moon arch is very sweet.
Ros

Jacqueline's Craft Nest said...

Love the first one Louise - didn't realise you had made two of them!