Monday, July 5, 2010

Carte Postale

 Hi, welcome to my blog!
Today i want to show you more pictures and keep it short with my text.
I altered this white Provo Craft box for consideration for Ink 4.

The box was first on the edges airbrushed with several Copic colors from the E 10 numbers than covered with papers by K& Company (they are heavily spritzed with Tattered Angels spray and aged with Vintage Photo) – i use Modge Podge to glue papers onto 3D items.







Stamps: Magnolia
Edwin with Rose
Eiffel Tower (Shabby Chick)
All available through Sir Stampalot 
  Here i a shot to show you how the box can be opened. Yes it is more a fragile thing with the paper doily but i gave this box to my wonderful friend Crissy and i know she is most likely using the piece more as decoration or to hold some stamped images inside.

13 comments:

Kylie said...

WOW Claudia! Your suitcase is absolutely amazing. I love the air brushing idea. And the images are gorgeous, and the embellies - wow! So pretty!
Hugs
Kylie

Bribrie said...

Wouahhh ! J'adore, ça change des cartes, mais là aussi tu es trés douée... Magnifique ! Bravooo

Maris said...

what a great box, love it xx

Sandie said...

That is just amazing!! Love it!!

Lorraine said...

wow this is just amazing i love it xx

KarenB said...

Your project is amazing!

Trudy said...

Hi Claudia, Gorgeous creation! Such pretty and sweet image.
Hugs Trudy

Debby said...

wow ,fabulous!!!

Christina C. said...

This gorgeous box has a place of honor in my craft room and I get to admire it every day!!!!!!!!!!
What a treasure!!!!!!

tanja said...

this project is amazing!
well made by by tanja

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Jóna said...

Adorable work !!!

Tash Daly said...

Wow I just love this too it is so unusual. I am going to have to make myself one of those, I really want one in my craft room, though not sure that it will turn out anywhere near as good!! :-)