Monday, January 26, 2009

The Shrine from Small Studio Productions



I tried to get some pictures of the Shrine from Small Studio Productions today. Mother Nature is not cooperating much....no sun...but the snow on the ground seemed to help reflect some light! The clock, Tim's Game Spinners and Brads are from SSP, too. The butterfly is a piece of Tim's Grungeboard...of course.

This is the front. The shrine is painted black with acrylic paint and the papers from Graphic 45 are added before it's glued together. Every piece is inked with Distress Inks to add the depth and warmth. That's just my opinion.




This is the inside of the shrine....just papers, inks, and glue. I LOVE these papers!!!!!!!!!!



And the back. More papers, ink and glue. These papers stand alone in beauty and need nothing more to create something memorable.


Let me know what you think!!!!

16 comments:

Evidence of an Artistic Life said...

Wowser!!! This is wonderful!!! I think you may own more papers than I do!
chris p

Jen Crossley said...

WOW just so beautiful Linda ,I love those paper and yes I have them LOL.
Stunning work
Jen

Susie Lang said...

Simply stunning! I, too, love those Graphic 45 papers.

Suse said...

Love those papers and how you've used them, need some! Stunning work of art.

Theresa said...

This is just beautiful...the papers give it just enough "oomph"! I love it!

SuZeQ said...

What do I think???????? Shazzzaam. It just doesn't get any better than this. Thank you so much for your never-ending supply of inspiration. You rock!

Jamie said...

Wow!!!!!! This is an incredible piece!! So many things to see and touch. I MUST have those papers! And I really love The Small Studio Site. Awesome work sweetie! Love, Jamie

Nancy W said...

gorgeous!

Georgia said...

Very nice!! I love these papers. The paper and the inks give it a nice vintage feel.

Sue said...

Oh my..................what can I say??? FANTASTIC!!!

Dawn said...

Linda this is delightful, love the colors, papers -well I will cut to the chase I JUST LOVE IT!!!

I WISH, I WISH, I WISH you could teach in England that would be the BEST!!!

lotsa scrap said...

Wow, Linda!!!! Once, again, a gorgeous piece! So much talent!

Suze said...

Love...Love...Love the blog. Big, big, big fan of your work...Im going to link you on my blog. XXXOOO

Tumble Fish Studio said...

I don't usually say the g word or the l word, left over from my upbringing. Those are words saved for when you really need them. But now, I feel the great urge to say both "oh my God" and "oh my Lord-y"! Linda, this is so very beautiful. I mean b-e-a-utiful! Just amazing! Your craftsmanship and your eye for leading the eye is just exquisite! Loooovvvvvvveeeeessssss loves it!
marsha

Gretz said...

Another stunning piece! If you pop it in the mail, I'm sure I can get some good photos of it for you! ;-)

Kim Logan said...

Linda this is delightful, a wonderful keepsake, I love the papers.
x

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