Saturday, June 6, 2009

TGIF - Dreams


My very late creation for the TGIF challenge this week, which is dreams. Thanks so much, ladies, for such a fun topic! In my lateness, I've had so much fun looking at the other submissions, and I'm still not done!

My main image of the lady in the shell is from Just for Fun stamps. I got it on ebay, along with the Poe quote, which unfortunately doesn't have a manufacturer's identification on it (perhaps someone's homemade creation?). The clock is from SU's Sense of Time, the scroll is from Stampington, and the birds are from Oxford Impressions and the $1 bin at Michael's. I used Anna Griffin and Fancy Pants patterned papers, along with some vintage French text. There's a Prima flower with a Flower Soft center, some Papertrey Ink leaf ribbon, and a Tim Holtz spinner. I colored the image with Prismacolor pencils and Distress inks. Thanks so much for looking and have a great day.

13 comments:

Ozstuff said...

How beautiful! This is so elegant and creative. I love it.

Pam S. said...

cool card!
Pam Going Postal

Sue said...

This is beatutiful, it must have taken you ages to make, but well worth it x

Martina2801 said...

What a brilliant work. Fantastic colours and designs.

Astrid Maclean said...

A beautiful piece, - like Martina above says, great colours and design and I love the quote!

June said...

Love this one its so beautiful and unusual. A veryb well thought out and artistic piece ... beautiful
Hugs June x

ilonasblog said...

this is so nice and beautiful. Love it

friemelchen said...

Fantastic design!

Sandy said...

Wow this is fantastic.
Really gorgeous card. Love them.

Thanks Jean for your dream to TGiF.

Beth Jaffe thequeenofcups said...

WoW! and I mean WOW! This is a great work of art! I love your colors! (and who doesn't dig that great $1 bin at Michael's?)

Kris Dickinson said...

This is beyond stunning! You are masterful with your colors! Fantastic! - Kris

Shirley said...

Oh my gosh, what a really beautiful collage card! I have some of the leave ribbon and have had it forever. You have really done it justice!

Shirley said...

First, let me say your card is beautiful! I do love detail and yours is lovely. Second, as for that beautiful deer, the first thought was, I hope no one hurts him. The photo speaks for itself. I can hardly see his peers, but he stands out like a beacon. I pray for his safety. Thanks for sharing a really beautiful natural phenomenon!