Saturday, 16 June 2012

Pinterest Inspired Arcs






When I found this pin on Pinterest, I rushed right to my craft room to make a card based on this amazing graphic design. I used a rainbow stamp and copics (Stamps of Life sentiment). You don't get the same 3D feel of the original (that just takes my breath away!), but I'm happy with it - the bright colours look like stained glass in the shaded arcs - just like a church.

Edited to add: Lydia chose this card for the Splitcoast Facebook page on Saturday! Wow!

16 comments:

M said...

This is brilliant! M x

Laura B. said...

Love this so much! Awesome!

Oma said...

Beautiful! I live in Toronto too! Scarborough

Basement Stamper said...

Fabulous job on this card, love the inspiration piece and think your is phenomenal!!! Beautiful!

Karin said...

Gorgeous!! The coloring, shading, placement. awesome.

Karin said...

Gorgeous!! The coloring, shading, placement. awesome.

Kelly Griglione said...

OK, I totally should have saved my "LOVE, love" comment. I LOVE, LOVE, love this one!! So simple and beautiful. Great take on the inspiration photo!!

Leslie Hanna said...

Whoa. Hmmm, you've given me an idea. My mojo might have awoken! Thanks! :)

Emily Keaton said...

WOW!! This is absolutely stunning. What a great idea and super source of inspiration. I'm so impressed, Ardyth!!

Jackie Rockwell said...

This is so AWESOME Ardyth! Very COOL design so interesting and unique. LOVE it!

N@ said...

wow, what an awesome card Ardyth! and I like your new profile picture as well! thank you for your kind comments on my blog ; )

Skye said...

Inspired. I do like your interpretation. Great card.

Scrapcollectr said...

A long winding road got me here... But just have to say its super! The shading is something I wouldn't have thought of but will from now on, thanks! *smile*

Geri said...

Wow! This is FABULOUS (again). Lydia sure knows how to pick 'em! A very worthy and well deserved honour!

Anonymous said...

Good for Lydia! You do deserve recognition from famous folks.....where are the ones who pay you for your talent, right? I bet all the crafting magazines would love to publish your work.

How you got from that photo to your card boggles me, but you can be sure I'm gonna find a rainbow stamp if I can figure out where I chanced upon it in my surfing last week. I KNEW I shoulda bought it!

Bahb

Deborah Frings said...

Love it! You have captured the shape, the feel and introduced a touch of colour. Just fabulous!