Cracked Glass Technique

This week at 4×4 Friday, we are asked to use DaVinci’s ladies (other than Mona Lisa) in our artwork, so I went hunting for images of other DaVinci ladies, made up an A4 sheet of images and decided to have a go at Trish‘s ‘cracked glass’ technique. I incorporated the ribbon and a stamped image so that it works beautifully for TGIF‘s challenge too! Nice to combine the two!

Inspire, Dream, Imagine

Stamp: ThirdcoastRS; PPs – Dovecraft; and I used 3 peel-off stickers – imagine that! 😉

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  1. wow this is so beautiful, super!!!

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  2. Sandy

     /  March 21, 2008

    Oh my godness Rosie, what a fantastic creation. Absolutely stunning. Love it.

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  3. Sandy

     /  March 21, 2008

    Oh I forgot, Thanks for playing TGiF.

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  4. Sandy – you’re so funny!! Bitteschoen! 😉

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  5. This is really good, love the colors.

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  6. What a stunning background!!! great card!!!!

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  7. Oh my Gosh, Rosie – what a brilliant creation – where do you get your ideas from – it´s awesome to see how you´re playing with your interpretation of art – fantastic ! Thanks for participating TGiF again and Happy Easter !

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  8. Amazing creation Rosie, and great idea with the peel offs cutting them like that, they look good!

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  9. This is really fantastic…I am going to have to go check out that teqnique…great piece!

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  10. Great artwork!

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  11. Dramatic! Beautiful!

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  12. WOW! Rosie, this is so wonderful! Very beautiful 4 X 4! Now I have to go take a look at the glass technique! What a great piece!!

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  13. Very beautiful. Love the eyes in the background too!

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  14. This is amazing Rosie, just beautiful.

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  15. Really beautiful!

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  16. barnie

     /  March 22, 2008

    Wow, such a fantastic background, your 4×4 looks beautiful.

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  17. This is fantastic Rosie, I love the colours and the cracked glass technique is stunning

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  18. Very striking. The colours are perfect for this piece.

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  19. Wow… was für eine tolle Kreation!
    Wunderschön!

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  20. very beautiful background and stamped image

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  21. oh wow Rosie that is lovely! especially like the big eyes looking at you! 🙂

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  22. wow! beautiful piece!

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  23. WOW this is awesome….way to go!!!!

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  24. Superb, astonishing piece Rosie, I am completely in awe of you when your produce work like this!
    Jane xx

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  25. So stylish!

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  26. it’s really wonderful ! great work !

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  27. faye

     /  March 22, 2008

    Rosie, this is really a “Wow!” piece of art. Just gorgeous.

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  28. Amazing work of art Rosie … I love coming here to see what you have been doing. Wish I was as creative as you are but I tend to play safe LOL!

    You have a wee award waiting at my place … hope you will pop by and collect it.

    http://maxscraftcreations.blogspot.com/2008/03/make-my-day-awards.html

    Luv’n’Stuff
    Max
    xx

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  29. Thanks very much to all of you for your comments… and thanks for the award Max! xx

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  30. Wow, such a wonderful creation! Love it!

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  31. bastelkueken

     /  March 23, 2008

    Wowwwwwwwwwwwww fantanstic and great

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  32. Beautiful work. I love the colours you have used.

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  33. Great work!

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