I made this card for Linda (zgirlsgranny) - who is having some health issue. She loves ceramics, photography, woodworking, gardening and cardmaking.
My images is from My Heart Stamps for you, sentiment is studio G. I created the white washed wall, using white acylic paints - to give it some texture, drew in the flooring. I masked the pottery and stamped the dried grass. Made the turquoise and rust striped panel - to match the pottery. Made the plaque to hang on the wall.
Date: Monday, March 11, 2013 GMT Views: 590
Registered: October 3, 2009 Location: In a state of grace Posts: 10692
Mon, Mar 11, 2013 @ 10:45 PM
What a great pot to fling ummm share with Linda! I love the southwestern colors and your homey scene...down to your framed sentiment. Wonderful card, thanks for coming to the Teaparty this week. Hugz from New Jersey!
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Registered: December 4, 2009 Location: Beautuful Sonoma County, Ca. Posts: 17575
Tue, Mar 12, 2013 @ 5:58 AM
What a beautiful piece of pottery and scene, Pat!! I love the colors and the dried grasses in the pot! You've given this card a wonderful southwestern look, with your whitewashed wall, tile floor and even the dp used for photographing the card! Beautiful! Linda will feel as if she has gone to Santa Fe NM.
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Tue, Mar 12, 2013 @ 12:17 PM
Pat this is soooo neat. Love the mexican look and colors, and how you did the neat wall in the bg along with the rustic looking wooden floor...hey just realized too how y ou made the sentiment a hanging picture...so cool....very neat idea....HUGS....TFS
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