Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Hush

I absolutely love how this turned out! It's a scrapbook page on plaster that will go into my "favorite photos" album that I created in Shimelle's Something from Almost Nothing class.   When I was reconstituting this piece of plaster, I used water that had some paint in it from my brushes, and I loved how it gave it a very light tint. For this background, I decided not to paint it or add any other colorant.  When I read the prompt for today's Creativity Boot Camp assignment, I thought of this picture of a nest I found in a hollowed out tree on a nature hike this spring.  I stamped the title and feathers and am just really pleased with it! In fact, instead of putting it in an album, I might frame instead!

18 comments:

Mommy2CVC said...

Oooh I really liked how this turned out too! Just beautiful!! I think I would frame it too!

Amy said...

Yes, this is a frameworthy one indeed - it is beautiful!

helena said...

wow - beautiful and evocative - everything works together perfectly

Sian said...

That tint is just beautiful. It would be a great look with some of your heritage photos too

scrappyjacky said...

Has turned out beautifully...love the tint.

Julie Shoemaker said...

oooh, absolute perfection!

Karen said...

Just wonderful; frame it, I say! I'm curious to know how a plaster piece would do in a scrapbook, though. Being totally unfamiliar with it, I imagined it was rather thick.

Cheri said...

This is stunning. Love it.

laurie b said...

the peaceful blue color worked perfectly for this piece! i love the photo that makes you stop talking and hold your breath for a moment.

Deb said...

Wow - I love this Rinda! I vote for putting it in a frame as well. xo

debs14 said...

Definitely needs to be put on show to be admired!
What a lovely piece.

Nancy Y said...

I think I'd frame it too! Ilove how the plaster got tinted.

Carrie said...

So pretty! Perfect picture for prompt!

sharyncarlson said...

what a beautiful piece! one definitely worth framing!

Tammy Lee Bradley said...

Nice capture and framing. Lovely!

Heather said...

You must frame it Rinda! Its gorgeous :)

Fiona said...

Stunning!

humel said...

Oh, gorgeous! Did you frame it? I do hope so! xx