Sunday, 29 September 2013

VINTAGE TRIPTYCK.....


You''ll have to click on the photo's if you want a closer
look...
A few other things I did was podged some beige net
behind the image, I made a flowers to add, maybe too
much but all hot glued on now. I pondered for a while
how I could join them. I hot glued them together, with
the fringe in the front, I like that fringe:)
I added a few words to dreamy feel and image of them.

The only color I added was on the dresses with copic's. 

I wanted to hide the joining but not have it stiff,
I cut out some of my tea died crocheted lace..
I looooooove how it looks yippee...

I had so much fun creating a vintage pieces, I've been
admiring everyone else's so much, thanks for the inspiration.
I've been working on my other triptych, but am going to take
a break so I can fly around blog land and visit..
Hope you have a wonderful day...
NAMASTE!!!
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8 comments:

butterfly said...

Really lovely, Dianne - the use of the crocheted lace to disguise the joins is inspired... it's become a wonderful design feature. I love the soft feminine layers framing the images, and just that delicate touch of colour on the dresses - beautiful!
Alison x

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Gorgeous trio Dianne, I love the texture, muted warm colour palette and images. The flowers add a lovely natural element too. Love this. Tracy x

Julie Ann Lee said...

This is so original. I love the subtle colouring and those beautiful stamped images. It is different yet completely YOU! I have gazed and gazed and found it tranquil and inspiring. Those little crocheted lace flowers look just right: it all works so very well! Julie Ann xx

MagsB said...

Absolutely beautiful, hun! What gorgeous soft colours - and I love the texture of the crochet blooms!

love Mags B x

Kate said...

Gorgeous vintage crocheted flowers! Lovely composition Dianne! Vintage fabrics add such amazing texture to pieces. Love it!
Kate

Darnell J Knauss said...

This is so far out of my element, I don't understand half of what you are saying because the products are unfamiliar to me, but I can say that none of that matters when the eye is given so much pleasure just in the looking! Beautiful vintage piece, Dianne! Hugs, Darnell

Dr Sonia S V said...

Dianne love the cool way in which you made the faux stones. And Thank you so much for the sweet comment on my blog...you really lifted my spirits!!
your new follower
Cheers
Dr Sonia

Gio said...

So vintage and elegant , Dianne!
Every details is so well connected and balanced, the stamped images and the lace !