Today, I am sharing another Gothic Arch from my time spent in the studio on Sunday. This piece uses more Tim Holtz paper, Paper Whimsy image, butterfly, ephemera, buttons, and paint.
Hello and Happy March!
Today, I am sharing a Gothic Arch that was made using Tim Holtz papers, old photo booth picture, butterfly, ephemera, and paint (on bubble wrap and blotted on arch), computer text, and a button.
It has been so nice to see more sunshine and warmer temperatures. Today, I sat in my studio and drank it up and created art. Spring is almost here!
Hello! Today, I am sharing this Gothic Arch made with digital papers, ephemera, and collage images. A little bit of stickles along the edges too! When I don’t have time to create much of anything, the Gothic Arch is always my go to for some reason.
I found some quiet time the other day to create this Gothic Arch in a Christmas theme. Something simple, but it brought me so much pleasure to spend time in my special room and play.
The washi tape was a find at Ikea of all places! Hymal music, Tim Holtz papers, collage image and ephemera, inks, and snowflake punches.
Christmas decor is minimal for me this year as my Grandson is here a lot. In the evenings, it is nice to have candles and lights glowing. I hung some star lights for him in the living room and he is quite smitten with them.
I hope you are staying safe and healthy!