søndag den 1. juni 2014

Inspired by Flaming June

This month at OCC, you must be inspired by Lord Frederic Leighton's Flaming June image, and use rich tones of orange as the main color. 
The picture made ​​me remember my childhood with sun, heat and high skies, and I made this journaling page.

Stencil and Punch from Panduro - tissue tape - news paper - rubber font - foto Alpha Stamps
Dylusions stencil luscions leaves
Golden acrylic vat orange - primary yellow -paste - gesso
Distress Ink Walnut Stain
Akvarel paper - canvas

I hope that you have been attracted to participate in Our Creative Corner Challenge and to make your own Flaming June project. Thanks for stopping by and I'm looking forward to see your project.

6 kommentarer:

  1. What a fantastic way to start your journey with Our Creative Corner. Love the way you've added such a depth of colour over the stencilling and punched elements here. Jenny x

  2. beautiful creation and the text is so true!
    Groetjes Karin

  3. What a wonderful start to your time at OCC Susan!! I love the way you've interpreted my challenge and your use of the orange tones is exactly the kind of response I had hoped for. I love the background you've created which has so much depth, texture and interest. The image is so lovely and the quote will be added to my Pinterest quotes board! So pleased that you have joined us at OCC and I look forward to working with you.

  4. Stunningly beautiful - the layers of colour and texture are glorious, and the photo is just lovely! Wonderful start to your OCC journey!
    Alison x

  5. What a sensational piece, Susan! The colors are so rich and wonderful and I just love the potted (orange?) tree. That's a fantastic sentiment too with that delightful vintage photo! Super take on the OCC challenge.


  6. This is so lovely and touching, Susan!
    And a very true saying indeed! The photograph put a big smile on my face - there's loads of childhood happiness in it! What a beautiful, beautiful make!

    Claudia x


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