Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Wednesday Stamper Challenge-Transparent Art

Ohhhhhh!!!

I couldn't quite decide how to photograph a transparency without a lot of background clutter so I opted to try a boring white beadboard background so the stamping would show. I used a Tim Holtz collage stamp on a clear card sheet from Cornish Heritage Farms (these are great...you should try them). The pumpkins are German scrap. And this is my submission for the Wednesday Stamper Challenge.

21 comments:

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow this is crazy. Gorgeous design.

johanna said...

i love your halloweeny piece!

herminesplace said...

Looks grat, gorgoeus halloween piece.

Faye said...

Sarah, this is really beautifully done.

Kelly said...

very nice!

KardKrazy said...

Love this, Sarah. The fiber is the perfect touch.
(It is difficult trying to photograph a transparent object, isn't it?
I think your photo turned out great.

Barbara said...

So fun, this turned out so nice.

Ed said...

Ooo witches and pumpkins - lovely theme and the fibre sets it off perfectly.

ilonka -kreativgeschwafel- said...

that looks wonderful!

Sanja said...

looks great Sarah!:0)

Moni said...

Fantastisches Hängerchen!!!

Heather Robinson said...

I think your photographic technique beautifully shows off all of the detail that makes this piece spectacular!

claudilue said...

Gorgeous!

Linda Elbourne said...

Fabulous!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Beautiful!!

Laura said...

Fun design and clever hanging!

A Robin's Nest said...

Love those German scrap pumpkins Sarah! Awesome card!

belindaschneider said...

yes, transparencies are hard to photograph. love it, and the paper elements really show that way

Lorraine said...

You have got some great work on your blog! I think a lot of us have had problems photographing our transparency challenge..yours is great and thanks very much for your great comments about mine on my blog.

Kris Dickinson said...

Love this hanger Sarah! It's spookylicious! (is that a word, lol!)

Happy Daze said...

Oh this is brilliant such fun and wonderfully executed