I loved the idea of using the paintings in polaroid frames - well paintings were the 18th Century versions of holiday photos for those on the 'Grand Tour' you know!!
You see what I mean about the clarity and detail of these images? And this is under a layer of clear EP too.
The second card - slightly different colours used to work with the greener tones within the image but the design worked so I went with it.
The beauty of these images is they are (to use Son 1's expression) 'gender non-specific, so one of these is for a male and another for a female, but it would be rude to tell you who is the older:)
I really hope you like these images and consider using them for your projects too. Just thought - in case the picture links don't work I'll put them at the end of this too.
WHERE WERE YOU WHEN.......
THE DOME DROPPED...?
Nicecrane Designs has a pretty awesome collection of Vintage pin-up girls, and I totally had fun creating this card for Brigitte!
I printed the image onto Neenah cardstock and then coloured it with my Copic markers. Choosing a colour scheme was pretty much made for me, given the fact that the military is basically limited to earth tones. (LOL)
This particular image is from the “Sweet Twelvetrees Babies Collagesheet".You simply print onto your own papers or other medium for your cards, ATCs, altered books and boxes, decoupage, ornaments, tags, assemblage, scrapbooking and other paper crafts.