13 November 2010

Vintage colors collage, lesson 2

Collage made from a vintage book cover. I also used the spine of the book.
 A vintage card from my collection and the original stamp of that card which I have used too.
 On the right a little piece of vintage lace. The music paper is also old and original.
 In fact, only the stamping is new ;)

( it's a bit early for Merry Christmas and happy new year but I liked the card)

11 comments:

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello Ati, What a lovely vintage collage Christmas card you have created. Great work. Hugs Judy

PeggyR said...

That is lovely!

Micki said...

Ati, I am loving these pieces you are creating in the new class.

Thank you for the lovely comment on my gluebook pages.

Tricks said...

How lovely, it brings to my mind when I was a child and an elderly neighbour gave me a box of old Christmas cards to play with. Oh if only I had known back then. They were all Victorian and full of lace and embroidery. They would be worth a small fortune now if I hadn't been allowed to cut them up but I was only a child I didn't know. I do love the lace Ati It really looks like one of those very old Victorian Christmas Cards from my Childhood. Regards Tricia x

hannie said...

Beter vroeg dan te laat! Je hebt er een prachtige compositie van ge gamaakt Ati!

hannie said...

Sorry voor de tikfouten!

Eva said...

Oh Ati, the card is beautiful!
You are creating with heart and
sinns.
Eva from Austria

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

I really like the look of this! It is very creative and a nice composition. Take care, Connie

Lottie said...

You are absolutely brilliant at collage - I really must have a go at one of these courses you do - when I have finished off the course I am on and my journal which is unfinished. It makes such a difference to have a lesson in collage.

Gorgeous

Maureen said...

Absolutely beautiful, I love it!!

Val said...

I've been catching up with you Ati - your Blog looks wonderful, and I just LOVE this Christmas Card - not a sign of 'shabby chic' anywhere!