March 19, 2008

Wednesday Stamper


A little late for posting this, for me anyway, but my internet service was down all day.
Made this ATC for Wednesday Stamper's challenge to use the first letter of your name to create something. So using the L from Louise I made this ATC depicting the one place I want to visit more than anywhere in the whole word -- London.

I made my background using alcohol inks and placing drops of the ink on glossy cardstock, then adding the blending solution to it which gives it this kind of neat effect.

21 comments:

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow this is a great piece. Love it.

Femmy said...

great colors, it's beautiful!

herminesplace said...

Beautiful, love the colours.

vintage wil said...

beautiful , great colors!

glitterangel said...

Fabulous, I love the colours and that's a lovely image of London. If you ever make it over let me know and I'll come and meet you for afternoon tea!

Manja said...

wonderful idea, great background (colors) - love it

Willy said...

Beautiful, Louise!

Viola said...

Great background! Love it!

Barbara said...

Love the watercolor and the London stamp. :)

Sanja said...

absolutely great ATC Louise!!:0)

Kris Dickinson said...

Lovely ATC Louise! I love London too!

Sarah said...

Love the colors in you bg! Great ATC.

nise said...

Happy Spring and glad to know it was a 'puter problem and you're fine. Hope you get to visit London on day and it's even more lovely than your art.

Jacqueline's Craft Nest said...

Wow very artsy indeed! Love the atmosphere here!

~*~Patty said...

You got wonderful effects for your background! Love London and that peacock feather is the perfect touch!

katrin said...

your BG is sooooo fab!!! what a great ATC!!!

barnie said...

Great colours, love the background.

Marsup said...

I have not enough English vocabulary, so, I just say: Wowww!

bastelkueken said...

wow - this is a wonderful and fantastic card design

liannallama said...

Absolutely stunning! Fantastic ATC and background!

disa said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.