Sunday, October 12, 2014

Witch Apothecary

If you´re a regular visitor of my blog, you already know that I like stamping and collaging as much as making digital art - I just can´t decide which technique is my favourite! So I decided to make two cards for this week´s Sunday Postcard Art challenge "Potions" again, a stamped one and a digital one.
The stamped one above is called "Witch Apothecary" and features stamps from Oxford Impressions, Character Constructions and My Mind´s Eye on Glimmer Mist and Bistre backgrounds. Isn´t it amazing how well these different stamps go together?

But that´s something that can also be said about digital images: My card "Wicked" below was made using images from five different sources, and the challenge is to make them work together.
(credits: Lavender Designs, Julie Mead, Angela Blanchard, Brandy Murry, Cryztal Rain)

12 comments:

Karla B said...

Both are gorgeous Marion! You are talented, my friend!

Deann said...

Both of these are fabulous...well done.

Jo Murray said...

Love them both for different reasons, but the digital one is my favourite.

Mrs O crafty blog said...

Both fab.. The stamped one just pips it for me, Px

peggy gatto said...

Yes, BOTH are just fun!!!

Linda Gibbons said...

love the stamped one it's so quaint and sweet, but the digital one is fabulous, glamorous ans spooky!

bluegiraffe (Sherry) said...

These are both great! But I wouldn't drink either potion :).

Cindy McMath said...

Marion, I love both of them, and I like how you are showing your talents in both the "cut and past" and digital media. Is that horn on her head from a horned beetle? It looks absolutely menacing (I'm sure that was intended!). Always enjoy seeing your work.

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Both look wonderful! The witch in the first one looks very friendly, which I think is deceiving on her part! ;-)

Larry said...

Marion, you have such talent. Each card has wonderful composition. Wonderfully imaginative!

crafty creations said...

Brilliant piece Marion - so much detail on them both - wonderful work

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

So happy to have discovered your blog as I adore your art with Redlead products.
A fabulous piece of art.
Wishes
Lynne