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!

16 comments:

  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

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

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

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  4. Stunning Shar, just stunning :)

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

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

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

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

    love Dawn xx

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

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  10. dreamy and delicious. i love it! xo

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

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

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

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