Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Gingersnap Creations Chestnut Challenge

For this week at Gingersnap Creations it's time for the Chestnut Challenge where the theme is Kings and Queens, and I had fun combining stamps for my royal theme. I have a Renaissance queen in front of a Medieval castle with an Elizabethan script background all together in a Gothic arch! How's that for anachronistic! The background stamps were masked to combine them and the photo stamped queen was stamped on glossy cardstock and cut out. Stamp credits: Oxford Impressions and Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers. The challenge will run until Feb. 27th and I hope you'll join in!

7 comments:

Lori said...

Always love the interesting things you do with cardboard...just adds such nice texture to your pieces...LOVE this...

stampdiva said...

Penny you always creaste with such style. Fantastic images and texture. Very regal. Lynne x

Maggie said...

A Great Royal piece of art Penny so much to look at.

Trishia said...

Penny, Lori beat me to it, but I was going to say the same thing about the "cardboard." Love that look, texture -- the whole effect.

Shar said...

So amazing! Love the torn cardboard arch. She's just glorious!

Linda64 said...

Love the use of cardboard. Stunning card!!

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Beautiful arch.