Sunday, September 19, 2010


I know I keep going back to this Girl image and I can't even credit the artist as I found it long ago on photobucket or flickr.It was titled Beautiful broken black sad.I have shared the original image to show you how perfect it already is but I love it so much of course I want to use it in my own art.If anyone can tell me the artist please do as i do like to give credit where credit is the bottom image is the original and on my image I used the lovely door background from a free test sheet from iTkUpilli which you can find HERE
She has so many wonderful collage sheets available in her etsy store so make sure you check them all outFirsty i added some torm music sheet to the backgroundand then I coloured the background im age withTim Holtz alcohol and   distress inks.I then added my cinderella and stamped the flourish in with a Inkadinkado stamp 96253 probably my favourite stamp at present.The words are from an old vintage bookI thought i might enter it into the three muses challenge 68 printed word.Thanks for stopping by everyone,I do love visitors.


ann said...

I can understand why you keep using the image it is so beautiful.
Love the background. xxx

Lisa said...

this is gorgeous.I love itkupilli shop.easy shopping .:)

this image is gorgeous.

Gaby Bee said...

This is fabulous! I too love itkupilli!

Thanks for entering my giveaway! Good luck!

Have a wonderful week!

amanda73 said...

omg, omg, omg, that image is stunning....... just love it, and love what youve done with it, just jaw - dropping

Taluula said...

It's a beautiful image and you have done it great justice in your collage. Thank you so much for sharing this with us here at the Three Muses and we hope to see you again soon.

indybev said...

Hey, welcome to Three Muses!! Your entry is beautiful. Thanks for sharing its journey of creation. We hope to see you on a regular basis from now on!

Kathie said...

Hello baby!! How are you??? SO nice spending time with you and what a ball we had....missing you
Love Kathie

Faye said...

Beautiful. The image is fantastic. I love the Inkadinkadoo stamp too. Very elegant.

Jenny Blair said...

Hey there! I've been enjoying rummaging around your blog and a few ideas are beginning to emerge for the super duper softie swap! Thanks for stopping by my blog and the lovely comments X