Sunday, 2 August 2009

S is for - Sun


Linda's Alphabet Challenge Is up to S! it has been going so quickly. Well S has to be for Stamp the Shells decorating the base of the box. Shells are often found on the Shore which hopefully will be Sandy (at least yellow). Shore, where there is a Sandy Shore there is a Sea. Above it all, in the Sky, the Sun with little rays of Sun Shine Showering done. OK I will stop now its S.
Ready Steady - STAMP Set their second challenge with an interesting list of ingredients, you have to include The Sun, Yellow, Ribbon(s) Triangle, & Acetate.
So I've made a box. the base is in yellow card stamped with shells , old Hero Arts stamps, and trimmed with a little blue frilled ribbon. The top is acetate capped with a toilet paper sun embracing the moon from an art mould. Paper moistened and coloured with glimmer mist and worked into the mould left overnight to dry and then over sprayed with gold spray and shimmer. Yellow and Orange ribbon hang down each side to represent sun rays. The box itself is a pyramid made of 4 triangles.

21 comments:

  1. Wow Zoe, this is fab. I love the shell stamps and the sun image is stunning ! Amazing what you can do with toilet paper ! Sue C x

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  2. this is great and the sun is perfect. As long as there is a sun, we are happy. thanks for playing
    isax

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  3. beautiful work !
    très original :)
    kiki :)

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  4. What a fab multiple S entry Zoe! Many thanks for joining in again this week :)

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  5. I love this Zoe. very different but stunning.xx

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  6. Beautiful box, Zoe! Very creative!

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  7. Wow - this is amazing! I love it.

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  8. WOW Zoe this is excellent - love it xxx

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  9. what a neat gift box! It would look awesome with a bunch of real shells in it.. i can see it now! lol!

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  10. Fab piece of work Angela! Thanks for taking part in the Alphabet challenge again xx

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  11. Oops sorry I meant to say Zoe - just been to Angela's blog lol! Senior moment again! xx

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  12. Another very original piece - never thought of using toilet paper that way before!

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  13. bravo très belle réalisation

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  14. Great take on the challenge, love your pyramid box and those seashells are just lovely!

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  15. This is really cool - well done!

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  16. This piece is just fantastic Zoe what a fab colour

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  17. rho extra la forme de pyramide
    bizz Mu

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