Friday, 6 February 2009

Stained Glass Window

Over on Time for Crafting Sara has made a beautiful stained glass window aperture card - so today's inspiration came from her.

As per usual I didn't have a card with an aperture and am not the worlds best at cutting them out (understatement) so I improvised.


Ever the optimist on a dreadful snowy, sleety, rainy, then snowy dark day. I decided to make a sunshine catcher.

I am making excuses now as Sara's is stunning - and this isn't a patch on hers - but I had FUN so I am happy to have tried it. And next time I will make a better job of it.

I don't have broadband in my studio - so just have to try and remember the procedures when I am working out there.



That said - it's best to look at Sara's card as it is beautiful - photographed superbly and doesn't have brickwork, mould, and a stump of wood as a background LOL


Mine seemed to change colour with the light - roll on the sunshine!

9 comments:

Paula said...

Love the colouring - i think its gorgeous.....have some more confidence in your work madame!

Shairon said...

I think this is absolutely beautiful, Lottie. Bet it is gorgeous when the sun shines through it!

Time for Crafting said...

I love the colours you've used Lottie, it looks gorgeous! I'm glad you tried the technique, it's great fun isn't it?!!!

Jo Capper-Sandon said...

What stunning colours on such a cold cold day. Absolutely gorgeous.

Claireabelle said...

It's stunning!
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Lil Sis said...

that looks lovely Lottie

LazyKay said...

LOTTIE! There's nothing at all wrong with this, in fact, it's all right - beautiful in fact and it does actually look as if it's catching the elusive sun already.

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ju said...

Stunning!

WendyK said...

I think it's fabulous, love the colours