Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Gothic Arch: Gecko Galz

Hello from a warm and sunny September day in NW England!

I'd like to warmly welcome my latest followers: June Fletcher, Kath Buckell, Liz Cavill, Lisa Dryden and Valerija Pucsic. 
Thank you for your support, ladies! 

It really is a beautiful day, the weather office says it will be the warmest September day in these parts for half a century!  However, the sunlight is changing as we approach our autumn, and I'm finding it more and more difficult to get clear, sharp photos of my makes.

Anyhow, today I'm showing a Gothic Arch I made using Gecko Galz digital collage sheets. This is for one of the Gecko Galz Facebook challenges this month.

I don't really go in for the heavy, dark, gothic style, so my creation is based on shape only; and I chose some lovely autumnal colours.

Aren't the fox and little squirrel just gorgeous? I love vintage dressed animal images!

  I had to resize most of the images. First I made a digital collage. I printed it out and backed it on sturdy cardboard, then added a back door! 

Next I printed out the elements, fussy cut them and added them on foam pads/Pinflair Glue Gel to give a 3D effect. The edges of all images were inked in Vintage Photo and the doorway and arch was distress with ink too.

The images I used are:
The beautiful sunflower came from a free monthly collage sheet that all Gecko Galz Scrapbooking newsletter subscribers can receive.

Don't forget to add yourself to the draw for my blog candy. 
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Thanks for stopping by today!

I'd like to play along in these challenges:

Gecko Galz Facebook Challenge September Gothic Arch Challenge

Artistic Inspirations Challenges #163 AG 18/9

Make My Monday #30 - Autumn/Fall Colours 25/9

Whoopsie Daisy September - Autumnal Colours 2/10

613 Avenue Create #189 AG with twist of Autumnal Colours 30/9

Creative Corner Challenges Woodland Creatures 16/9

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