Tuesday, 20 November 2007

Wednesday Stamper - Chair

This week's Wednesday Stamper theme (which of course changes tomorrow) is "Chair". I found that, in my thousands of rubber stamps, I was chair-free apart from this wonderful Non Sequitur Egyptian image (which, while not chair-focused, at least includes a chair of sorts!).

The background is a piece of Basic Grey paper which has been painted with diluted Distress Ink and then stamped with a very large hieroglyphics image. The triangle metal embellishment has been "coloured" with Krylon Pale Gold and is meant to create a visual association with pyramids! My scan looks a bit darker than the real thing.

I got back this afternoon from my trip out past Meekatharra - two very busy days of glorious sunshine and a lot of dirt-road kilometres! Only one eagle, but 8 goannas (man, they were big ones!), lots of kangaroos, one emu and lots and lots of wild goats. Too may ants to mention!!

12 comments:

Sandy said...

Wow what for great compesition.
Love it.

Hermine said...

Gorgeous!! Love the colours and layout very much.

Sue Smith said...

Now I'm going to sing 'Walk Like An Egyptian' for the rest of the night! Love the rich colours.

Glad you had a safe trip! xo

Willy said...

Great card!

Andrea, said...

Gorgeous card, wonderful colours and a fab image

Silvia said...

Great idea, looks fab.

Jacquelines blog said...

Great card! I love the goanna's, never knew you call them that way!!

Night Owl Designs said...

Love it Debbi! The green and red looks amazing :-)

kelsey said...

Looks great Deb! Love the contrast between the burgundy and olive colour!

sharon young said...

Superb card, Debbi,Love the colour scheme and the triangle just accents it beautifully.
Lucky you all that sunshine, it's wet ,windy
and cold here in the UK, what I woudn't do to see the sun!
My OH was most impressed by the goannas, thanks for the link.

Julie H said...

Oh Debbie those layers are deluxe, and what a fabulous image to use.

ANDREA said...

This composition is very artful, I love the idea of creating a visual effect with the triangular shape. Now I know what Goannas are, I always learn something here,
Andrea