Sunday, August 29, 2010

"Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do....."

The theme this week on Gothic Arches is "Daisies."  For the second time, I've created a 'hybrid' arch:  part cut-and-paste and part digital manipulation.  The daisy background is a photograph I took this summer of one of my Shasta daisies; the vintage image is from DezinaWorld. The crocheted edging is from Graphic 45.  
















Below are the 'supplies' for my arch:  color photo of the daisy, photo converted to sepia with Adobe Elements, DezinaWorld collage sheet.

16 comments:

Ginger said...

Gorgeous art,loved how you made this arch.

Dezinaworld said...

Hi Evelyn, wow this is so beautiful. I am so pleased you made this its so pretty and would work well in this weeks dezinaworld spot prize challenge too if you want to enter it. Thanks so much for using this collage sheet
hugs June xxxxx

Esther said...

Your Arch is beautiful, I really like the Sepia vintage look. I also spent a couple of weeks 'watching' the Gothic Arches challenges before taking the plunge - thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment, Esther xx

Effie said...

Lovely vintage arch... I like the digi/glue&stick combo.

Netty said...

Gorgeous Arch Evelyn, I adore that brilliant Daisy. Annette x

Lynn Biermann said...

Awesome! i love how you used the lyrics... and the photo of your dasiY! great work!

Amy said...

really beautiful!

Nicecrane Designs said...

Wowww i love the golden edge,,, on the arch,,,,,,,what elegant and unique...

Anne (cornucopia) said...

This is lovely!

lilibulle said...

very pretty!! love the lace!!

selma said...

OOh, this is so vintage daisy, and so special work!

Dawn said...

I love vintage and this has the vintage feel to me

love Dawn xx

My name is Toni said...

Evelyn, this is so pretty... I could definitely see this as a card. So vintage and lovely

stampdiva said...

Love the vintage feel to this arch. Gorgeous. Lynne M

Kris Dickinson said...

Beautifu arch Evelyn!

ALTERED ARTIFACTS said...

Love your vintage Arch.. it just feels like a dream :) I love using printed digi in my art too :)