Sunday, 23 March 2014

GIFT FOR JOANN

Hello my Lovelies, this is my final catch up, I made this gift for my Lovely Friend Joann form Castle Park designs, she sent me that gorgeous box, I made a small triptych for her...


I had 3 tiny pieces of cardboard from some packages, I cover them with the salted ink paper I made, I stamped the Asian stamps on tissue , the right side means beauty and the left side means wisdom.
I used some gelli plate paper on the backside, stamped the love sign right on top, I joined them with 2 pieces of wool..
This is what it looks like sitting up....
Thanks for visiting my nest, eekkss, it's my Bro's BD on the second,that creeped up on me, thanks goodness I started it before,
I finished the other triptych I was making and will post that this week and hopefully my DB gift.. Hope you all have a wonderful week.. ((( BIG HUGS )))...

14 comments:

Candy C said...

Dianne...your triptych for your friend is such a beautiful gift and so from the heart! As per so many of your pieces, it has a beautiful Asian influence. Love the colors of your panels...so pretty. THANK YOU THANK YOU for your really awesome comment that you left on my blog. What a way to start a Sunday morning! <3 Candy

May said...

Hi Dianne, Gorgeous Triptych...Love the colours & wonderful stamps...Joann will treasure this I'm sure... Simply Beautiful...Hugs May x x

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

Dianne what a special gift you created for your friend. The artful attention to detail and those gorgeous papers to create this piece of art is a gift to be treasured for a lifetime.
You are such a special woman, thank you for always been so sweet to me and always a person who brings encouragement and support to each word you leave in the form of a comment.
Thank You Wishes
Lynne

Redanne said...

What an absolutely beautiful triptych Dianne, I love the 'love' word on the front and your gelli printing is beautiful. I think your friend is going to be over the moon with this wonderful creation! Hugs, Anne x

butterfly said...

What a fantastic triptych, Dianne - such beautiful stamping - and I love the contrast between the neutrals on one side and the rainbow of colour which appears on the other. This will be treasured!
Alison xx

Victoria said...

HI Diane..wow..super gorgeous triptych...she is going to love it..so beautifully designed and created..awesome colors and energy..stunning! Your magnificent-creativity has no end!!Wishing you a magical week..and I look forward to seeing more of your artistic treasures...you are awesome!!
Hugs kindred
Victoria
PS: oh..I LOVE your new blog-header...gorgeous!

Annie said...

Hi Dianne....your tryptich is fabulous. Love those fabulous colours and the layers of tissue and stamping.

Your friend will treasure it for sure x look forward to viewing your brother's card. Thank you so much for sharing and for the kind comment you have left on my blog

Best wishes for a great week ahead

Hugs Annie x

Julia Aston said...

What a wonderful triptych Dianne - such wonderful papers, colors and meaningful stampings! I'm sure your friend will love this thoughtful creative gift! Thanks for the encouraging note you left on my blog!

iris said...

hello Dianne
un très joli petit paravent
chinois
ou triptique
toujours beaucoup d'idées créative
tendresse
edith (iris)

Julie Ann Lee said...

Oh, I missed this somehow, Dianne! There has been much flapping around in this nest lately and I've got a bit behind in my commenting! Anyway, it is really gorgeous. What a lovely gift. As you can imagine, I adore the Oriental influence. I'm off to catch up with your other, more recent post too! Such lovely, inventive and beautiful things you are creating! Julie Ann xxx

Kate said...

Oh so pretty! I absolutly love the bright colors and the tissue paper. And of course the Chinese characters.

Anita Houston said...

Another great design with awesome happy bright color! What a gift!

Tonniece said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this Dianne. Joann will just die when she gets this beauty.
Hugz Tonniece

Sue Lelli said...

The colors are absolutely gorgeous!!! LOVE all of the details on this one, too, Dianne! You are the master of triptychs!!!