Saturday, 6 December 2008

Saturday Performance

This week, I had the pleasure of going to Live Wire Theatre Company's  production of "Chauntecleer and Pertelotte", that my daughter is Stage Manager. It was great fun evening, and shows that there is a lot of alternative art out there. We have loads of talented artists out there in blogging land, and I am sure the audience will be delighted to see more of your work... so come on get out those paints inks,papers,stamps and long forgotten threads and create us a masterpiece!
Here is my small but perfectly formed canvas for this week's theatre. Not one of my better efforts, (I am absolutely sure I can do better), but nevertheless, here it is.....
Antler Canvas 
I used a mini canvas and Crafty Individuals Christmas papers glued on to it. Then I used the bookplates from the Elements Grungeboard, a Junkitz Sticker, and distressed inked the small Reindeer from Seasonal Grungeboard. I gold stickled his antlers! The bookplate was attached using the washers and long bards from the idea-ology line. The "Christmas" Stamp came from Christmas Greetings 2 ( a long forgotten stamp of  mine)
I look forward to showcasing your artwork later in the week, so get out that Christmas spirit, and create!
Jennie

10 comments:

crafty creations said...

It's stunning Jennie - love the background and the reindeer!!!

x Hilda

Linda Elbourne said...

This is fabulous Jenny - First class performance I'd say!

June said...

Fantastic. Love that reindeer
Hugs June x

Ellen said...

gorgeous, I like the way the papers have melted into the background. And you've "rescued" my bookplates die , I never thought of cutting grungeboard with it.

crissi said...

stunning as always jennie

craftytrog said...

Fab canvas Jennie! I've made one now and its on my blog! xx

Minx said...

Bravo Bravo, i would say it was a fine performance xx

crafty creations said...

Well I've finally finished my canvas!!!

It's on my blog

http://inkythings.blogspot.com/2008/12/object-dart-canvas.html

Thanks for looking

Jennie said...

Hilda, thank you for taking part xx

Lisa said...

Simply stunning, I love what you have done here deer!!! if you pardo0n the pun, love the subtle and colours and tones...lots of hidden depths.