Friday, 19 July 2013

It's not Purple, it's not hazy but it is (or at least it was) rubbish!

After being pressured (no names shall be mentioned) here is a little upcycled plaque I made for the Through the Purple Haze IndigoBlu challenge. Everything with the exception of the pearls was destined for the bin. It turned out absolutely nothing like what I started out to do but when I have paints I tend to go off at a tangent. I am not sure really what I am supposed to put about it as I'm pretty new to all this challenge malarky ..... the stamp is obviously IndigoBlu and also the flakes it is gilded with....... the flowers are metal cut from old drink cans, the plaque itself said something completely unfunny  and so unmemorable that once I had painted over it I have absolutely no recollection of it whatsoever. I need to go now and buy Blogger for dummies or something with equal informative powers so that I can bring badly updated blog kicking and screaming int the present day....... now that will be a real CHALLENGE!
 xx Jayne xx


Zoe said...

Thank you for joining this week at Through the Purple Haze Challenge Blog

Zoe x
Handmade with lots of Love
Co-Owner of Creative Fingers

fiona henderson said...

Wow well dont Jane...i knew you could do it....fantastic i just love it.

Fiona DT
Through the purple haze

Darcy Schroeder said...

Your card is so beautiful and unique! I love how the finished project ends up completely different than when you start with something else in mind! Thank you for joining us this week at Through the Purple Haze Challenges!

Darcy DT
Through the Purple Haze Challenges

Teresa McKitterick said...

I adore this project, it's so different. Thanks so much for joining us on our first challenge at Through The Purple Haze Challenge.
Big Hugs

sian said...

wow its so different but great. Thank you for playing along at through the purple haze. Sian (DT)

Debs said...

This is soooo cool! I love the aged effect so much.. well done!
Thanks for joining in at Through the Purple Haze!
Through the Purple Haze DT

Anita Blake said...

I love the plaque and great use of reused cans for the flowers...a great idea that has come together well and the gilding flakes are lovely with this image.Many thanks for joining us at Through the Purple Haze Challenges during our first challenge and hope to see you next week...Anita x

Victoria x said...

oooooooo - love it - especially the flowers - how brilliant - i am sure i would manage to cut my fingers trying that technique lol xx

Carole Bryson said...

Gorgeous Jayne x Congratulations xx