Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Love Notes


Here's the latest in the series of challenges. I must admit, I like my distress powder undisturbed. ENJOY!

12 comments:

Deanna Cosgrove said...

That is such a sweet creation. Love that black distress e.p.

CuddlyBunny said...

What a cool piece! Feels very New Orleans Victorian ... scrumptious!

Julie Forest said...

Judy, this is fabulous! I love all the different layers and textures you have going on here. And your un-"chipped enamel" pieces look great!

donna said...

I am not too crazy about the chipping part either. I love your black heart! Super piece.

MarleneMAZ said...

This is a great piece! love the heart, is it a button? looks like there is a bar or button shank on it.

My name is Toni said...

Judy... I just love this collage piece. Vintage with a taste of grundge but fancy.... lovin it, would look great above my desk :)

My name is Toni said...

Judy... I just love this collage piece. Vintage with a taste of grundge but fancy.... lovin it, would look great above my desk :)

Judy Wood said...

thanks for your kind comments! it isn't a button, but looks like one, i think it's a cookie cutter, picked it up at one of my favorite art/craft stores here in mesa, mystic paper on main street. thanks again everyone!

Linda Ledbetter said...

Judy, this is one fabulous work of art! I LOVE the combination of the sweet florals and lace with the cool, distressed heart and leaves-- it's a really beautiful mix of sweet and industrial grunge, and the design is just awesome. You did a great job with the CCC technique!

I know what you mean-- it's hard for me to chip off that powder, too! :-)

Judy Wood said...

sending this one to toni! thanks for your kind comments everyone!

AngieHallHaviland said...

BEAUTIFUL piece, Judy!!

Judy Wood said...

Check out Toni's blog at
http://toni-burks.blogspot.com/

She's the new proud owner of this little collage.