Friday, January 7, 2011

French Kissed Artist-in-Residence

I'm thrilled to be the January Artist-in-Residence for my friend Trishia's blog French Kissed. You may have seen me credit her images in many of my projects - they are the most wonderful vintage French postcards! Each Friday in January I have a project to share that will be detailed on her blog, and this week it's this winter-themed scalloped clear acrylic hanging. For all the information about how I made it, check out the post on the French Kissed blog HERE. Trishia has free images available on her blog for 1 week every Monday, and sells her scans of postcards through her shop on Zibbet. Definitely check that out - if you love vintage images like I do, you'll LOVE her store.

9 comments:

Juls said...

beautiful! such a gorgeous vintage image!! Love your use of acetate and the snowflakes are fab!!! so soft and pretty, love it! Hugs Juls

Netty said...

Loving your acrylic hanging Penny its so delicate and truly stunning. Annette x

Lynn Stevens said...

Gorgeous Penny, Shes stunning!

2amscrapper said...

Congrats, Penny! And this is such a beautiful creation! I just love your work! Helene

stampdiva said...

Congratulations Penny. You and French Kissed Postcards go hand in hand - you have brought this winter beauty to life. Acrylic base is such a clever idea. A faultless piece of art. Lynne x

Createology said...

Congratulations. This is lovely. Happy creating...

Gaby Bee said...

This piece is enchanting! Happy 2011!

Debbie K. said...

Congrats Penny and a very gorgeous piece! It's so feminine looking. Amazing job, you are very, very talented.

Shar said...

Stunning! You are a perfect choice for artist in residence! You create vintage pieces with such flair!