Monday, July 26, 2010

CCC: Tinted Vision Fragments

This large (5,9 x 7,3 inches) card is my entry for this week´s Compendium of Curiosities challenge No. 7 on Linda´s blog which is "Tinted Vision Fragments". What a fun and versatile technique!

20 comments:

Lori said...

Love it! Spectacular use of the fragment and paper from the Lost and Found stack, really stellar!

Helen said...

What a great idea! I love the look.

Linda Ledbetter said...

Marion, this is WONDERFUL! What a clever layout, and perfect use of the Tinted Vision Fragments technique! Spectacular use of the Lost and Found paper, too.

I'm so happy you had fun with this!

Otter Blue said...

Marion, you know I am a big fan and this piece is no different. Fabulous as always.

Julie said...

This is a wonderful piece of art! Great job on the challenge!

Sue said...

Absolutely gorgeous, I love this x

Terry said...

This is awesome! Love your challenge piece!

Moniqui said...

Wow, its awesome!

Netty said...

Fabulous, Annette

Barbara Mason said...

Marion, Love your use of the technique of the week....lucky Boy who gets this card!

Deanna Cosgrove said...

This is so cool. I was thinking to use the same lost and found papers cuz don't have any vintage photos to use. Love what you have done. The wings are an excellent touch.

Kathy Eddy said...

This is adorable! I love the layout of the whole card.

Nan said...

Wow...what a piece of art....you did such a wonderful job. I love it!
Had to tell you...my word verification was "inkhande"...which is what I have after using the alchohol inks! LOL!

Maggie said...

Oh Boy this is great - sorry couldn't resist lol; great card

Maggie

Lynn Stevens said...

Love Love Love this, so artsy!

Sherry said...

What a beautiful card and I love how your fragment has come out.

minnie_mac said...

Love this.

Marilyn.

Sherry Goodloe said...

I love everything about your creation for this week! Nice . . . very nice.

Tracy Evans said...

Lovely creation, love the addition of the wings and the fragment really adds to the vintage feel of this peace. Wonderful. Tracy Evans x

Scrap Vamp said...

Wow, this is very cool! love the images in th background paper and that you framed this!