Sunday, December 7, 2008

Gothic Arches-Trees

I combined two weekend challenges-Trees from Gothic Arches and Fairies from Sunday Postcard-sort of. My Arch is 4x6-missing two corners-LOL. I created a frame for this using Fantasy Film and Fiber-I wanted to try Tim Holz's new snow technique,but lacked many of the ingredients-so I dug out some old favorites. I thought we refer to Santa as a "Jolly Old Elf" so I gave him some wings. Forgive me-too much egg nog already. I should mention I am thankful for the lovely light snow that fell on the wreath on my deck waiting to be hung-It made a great background for my picture today.

23 comments:

Willy said...

Fabulous arch!

Christine said...

So beautiful..

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow stunning arch.
Fantastic work.

Craftyideas said...

Gorgeous arch love the image

Ginger said...

Love the technigue you use for your arch outstanding work! Gorgeous!

Astrid Maclean said...

Gorgeous arch! I absolutely adore the way you have displayed it against the snowy tree branches, brilliant!

Kris Dickinson said...

This is a stunning arch Susie!

Carrie said...

SuE...this arch is just GORGEOUS! LOVE the vintage Santa! ~hugs~

http://truutske.punt.nl said...

Love what you have done. It's really a great arch and postcard.

vintage wil said...

Fabulous arch !!!

Rein said...

Fabulous christmas arch!

Virginia said...

Wonderful arch..

Bettie said...

Very Christmassy. Love it.

herminesplace said...

Gorgeous arch

Shelly Hickox said...

This is beautiful!

cleo said...

nice effects you made in the outside of your arch. Also love your snowy tree in the background ;-)
Thank you for joining me on this weeks theme
hugs Sandra

Sally said...

Stunning arch!

Ozstuff said...

Beautiful, Christmassy arch, set amongst the snow-topped pine trees. Just perfect.

Taluula said...

Fabulous arch

Lynifyni said...

What a perfectly beautiful piece!!! Love it. Lynn F.

Rein said...

Beautiful christmas arch!

Mary-Beth said...

Oh my, this is so lovely! That little dusting of snow is perfect.

Anneke said...

this arch is so wonderful with all his different elements