Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Three Muses - Nature

The challenge for this week at The Three Muses is Nature. For this challenge I collected a leaf in autumn colors, some flowers and a butterfly rub-on from our large pile of embellishments. The background is made with distress inks. The reeds are embossed with distress powder. The sentiment on the leaf is from PaperArtsy.

Het thema van deze week bij The Three Muses is Nature. Voor deze uitdaging heb ik uit onze grote stapel van embelishments een herfstblad, bloemen en een vlinder rub-on gehaald. De achtergrond heb ik gemaakt met distress inkten. Het riet is gemaakt met distress embossing poeder. De tekst op het blad is een stempel van PaperArtsy.

15 comments:

vintage wil said...

What a beautiful tag!!!

indybev said...

This is beautiful, Mark. Every week when I see your lovely work I'm tempted to run right out and buy some distress inks! I've never used then, but you get such dramatic results. I admire your talent.

Gaby Bee said...

This tag is really beautiful. Love your color choices.

Hermine said...

Prachtige tag

Ozstuff said...

Your tags are exquisite, Mark, and this one is special. I don't know how you have been able to do it but you have achieved an almost three-dimensional effect. Beautiful artwork.

Daphne said...

Hi Mark,

De achtergrond is erg mooi gemaakt met de distress inkten, prachtig spul nietwaar?

De vlinder past er qua kleuren perfect bij!

Hella said...

Schitterend!

Rhonda said...

This is a lovely tag - full of nature! Cheers!

Leila Gervais said...

This is beautiful!

PiecesofD said...

Your tag is beautiful and that is one of my favorite quotes!

Svenja said...

Beautiful tag! I really like the idea of using a real leaf.

phoebe said...

Love the addition of the real leaf in the warm fall color--very nice touch!

ARTSpecially friends said...

Goedemorgen Mark je hebt de blogcandy gewonnen van de ARTSpeciallyfriends.
Ga je even op ons blog kijken.

Groetjes Agitte

Ira said...

Proficiat Mark met je "winnend lot" en veel plezier in Zeist!

Groetjes, Ira

Riet said...

Vind deze prachtig