Sharing a little gothic arch with you today. Something super simple, but I really love the blue of this pattern paper and wanted to showcase it with not too much collage. Spring keeps coming and going here in Michigan, but I know it will be here soon!
Today, I would like to share a little Gothic arch made with my favorite vintage girl. She always makes my heart smile! I added some digital background papers (Sam Poole Designs), other ephemera, wings, washi tape and a Bible verse that was printed in Microsoft Word and printed out. I then cut it into strips and placed it throughout the arch.
The days are getting longer and the sun has been positioning itself differently for weeks now. The temps keep teasing with warmer days and the next will be cold again. This weekend is Daylight Savings time so I will be very happy to see that!
I am still on the “sea” theme. Maybe because it keeps snowing here and then it warms up.
This Gothic arch features the Seaside Dreams Digital kit papers from Ruby and Pearlxo again. I then added a family photo, buttons, coffee stained tag, postcard and cardstock to the back of the paper arch.
The quote is from E.E. Cummings – “For whatever we lose (like a you or a me} it’s always ourselves we find in the sea.”
Sharing this Christmas theme Gothic Arch today. I actually created the arch base years ago and found it in a stash of artwork. Pattern papers, sheet music, ink and stamping (gold embossed at top) were added.
I then added collage images, stamps, and ephemera. At the bottom of the arch gold German scrap was added. This arch is a different template (same width just taller) then my usual arches.