Wednesday, February 2, 2011

GC89: Kings and Queens

To play this month's Chestnut Theme Challenge - Kings and Queens on Gingersnap Creations, I went into my ample stash and picked out this simple and beautiful Queen Isabella stamp from Alpha Stamps.

She's so pretty, I really wanted to focus on the image so I decided to do a soft warhol look.

Tiled Queen
Stamp: Queen Isabella (Alpha Stamps)
Paper: gingham scrap from my basket
Cardstock: Certainly Celery, Bashful Blue, Almost Amethyst and Basic Black (Stampin Up)
Ink: Jet Black (StazOn)
Embellishments: 5 black brads
Technique: warhol (Technique Junkies)

Ready to make your own regal creation? Join in the challenge! There is some great inspiration from the Gingers and the GC guest artists!


  1. Ohhh thats so gorgeous.Love how you did that and the colours are great.
    Did you grab the free collage sheet i have on offer ? its a shabby chic one and it will be gone after 3pm UK time today,please pop by if you get chance and help yourself
    have a lovely day
    hugs June

  2. Ohhh brilliant. I'm yet to try this style of working out. MUST have a go as its VERY effective.

  3. Beautiful work and a gorgeous stamp, Lovely idea with the tiles!

  4. Stunning Shar, just stunning :)

  5. Oh wow Shar this is so effective, love it. Annette x

  6. Gorgeous art Sharon!! Love the colors and the image is just beautiful!

  7. Shar, this is stunning. Working with the image in such a way is something I have never tried.
    Wishes. Lynne M

  8. Shar how beautiful. and what a lovely stamp well used.

    love Dawn xx

  9. A really beautiful soft Warhol look. I usually don't care for them, but this one is lovely!!

  10. dreamy and delicious. i love it! xo

  11. I love your Warhol-inspired take on your tiled queen, Shar. The image is so lovely and I love the composition.

  12. A wonderful use of the stamp. The technique is so effective.

  13. Beautiful!! Love the stamp you used!!


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