Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Welcome vintage plate


This  plate won a  hanger challenge on Our vintage affair- thanks
This vintage welcome sign is the first one I do for my own family- all the rest were presents
I did the house shape from a thin acrylic piece using my dental tools (sometime it's great to be a dentist) - the diamonds cut this acryl in a seconds and them I have great burnishing tools too.
So I decided to leave it clear and only use some distress stickle glue for border outlining.
The inner sign was TH home die cut- partly made as a faux rust and the main part was resist stamped and inked.Them I used some old and vintage items and some very new ones for this unusual mix and SHALOM is our family name but also HELLO and Piece in Hebrew.
And as for the challenges:
Distress for ABC
Anything goes for Spoon full of sugar
Fall colors for Crafty creations-
Autumn for Everybody- art
Not a cards for Stamping royalty
Old items- for Corrosive
Shaped for Cow girls
Heat embossing (the resist on the sign plate)- for Crafty pad
Fall colors for Craft your days away

37 comments:

Dazie said...

Beautiful work yet again I love the flowers!
Dazie
x

Brandi said...

This is a wonderful welcome sign! Gorgeous! :)

Gina said...

Wow Irit!! This is sooooo cool!! Thank you for sharing it with us at Cowgirls Sundays XXX

jackiescrafts said...

Great welcome sign and I love the flowers
Thanks for joining in at CYDA again this time

Jackie x

pinky said...

Fantastic piece of artwork Irit. Love those flowers. Thanks for playing along at the Corrosive Blog this week.
Pinky Guest DT

Zuzu's Blog said...

lovely work.. and Thank you for linking to alter it monthly.
Sadly it wont be eligible to win a prize as the rules state each entered item must be linked to no more than two challenges in total.. but we are always happy to have people share outwith that..

Carol Ann said...

Great Autumn project Irit. Thanks for playing along at CYDA this time.
Carol Ann xx

Lori said...

Lovely hanging! Really has that "vintage" feel to it! Thanks for joining the Simon Says Stamp and Show challenge!

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

Wow! This is the neatest welcome sign! The large metal sun is great! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations.

mforquer said...

This is beautiful! Thanks for playing at Crafty Creations this week.
Melissa

Hands On said...

wow! This is an amazing piece. Your details are great. Thanks for playing Stampin' Royalty!

Shanda Stirk said...

Wow - you made this with dental tools? Which ones? This is really fabulous - thanks for playing with us at Stampin' Royalty.

Saskia said...

Great to see your work at Crafty Creations Challenge! So beautiful and unique!
Thanks for joining us and good luck!

Sweet greetings, Saskia
(guest designer)

Deirdre said...

Beautiful. Thanks so much for playing along with Paperplay this week. ♥

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

What a wonderful piece yet again, so unique and individual, a lovely idea and would make a great gift. Have a good day, Tracy Evans x

Terry said...

Such a fun and unique piece! Love this incredible piece!

craftyb said...

fabulous project! Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Creations! bx

Betty said...

Beautiful piece of art, thanks for playing along at CYDA.
Betty xx

Marianne said...

Wow, such great piece of work!
Very original!
Thanks for playing along at cowgirl sunday challenge!
marianne

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

This is really cool! I like the sun and those flowers, too!

Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!!

-Sarah

Janet said...

I totally love your work. How unique. Love your color choices. Thanks for joining us over at Cowgirl Sunday Stampen Challenge.

Ingrid said...

What a lovely creation you've made. Wauw, I love it.
Thanks for joining the sugar girls this week.
Hugs Ingrid

Claire said...

Wow, totally gorgeous!! I love those flowers.Thanks for joining us at CSSC and good luck
Claire xx

April said...

What an extraordinary project! I adore it~
Thanx for stopping by the ranch to play with the CSSC! The CUP Posse loves checking out everyone's projects!!

Distressed Miss said...

Stunning project Irit. I love everything about it. Thanks for joining us at ABC.
Hugs
Clare
x

My Sheri CRAFTS said...

Very unique! Thanks for joining us this week!

Scrapping Cat said...

Wow, such an amazing project!!!

Debbie said...

Gorgeous plaque Irit, brilliant idea and techinques you have used. :)
Thanks for joining us at The crafty pad this week with your beautiful creation. :)

xxDebbie The Crafty Pad Stamp Designs

Poppet said...

Such a beautiful project Irit. I love the eclectic mix of embellishments you have used. My favourite pieces have to be the dragonflies. They are my favourite bugs.

Thank you for sharing your project with us at CSSC. :-) xx

Kleeblatt said...

Wonderful card. Thanks for the playing by CSSC. I hope, we see you in the next week again.
Good luck.
Hugs Monika

Nikki Schmaltz said...

Wow Irit! Your stuff is always so cool. I LOVE this. I used to be a hygienist. I have never used any tools for my crafting though. Maybe I should;) Thanks for joining in at ACLP:D

Tina46 Kreativblog said...

wow wonderful work!! love the it!thanks for joining in our challenge.
hugs
tina46
eac-team

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

Fabulous project!! Love the wonderful detail!! Thank you so much for playing along with us at A Crafty Little Place!!
Sheri-ACLP DT

LynneForsythe said...

such an AMAZINGLY CREATIVE creation!!! FABULOUS!

thanks bunches for playing along with the Design Teamies and Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge!!

Gwen's Busy Little Hands said...

Oh, Irit...this is so neat! Love all the ellements. That beautiful dragonfly really captured my attention as did the vintage skeleton key. Fantastic job!

Smiles!
Gwen DTC~ACLP

Nicole said...

WOW, this is just gorgeous! Love the altered feel! Be sure to tune in tomorrow to see the new challenge at ACLP! Thanks for joining us!! Nicole-ACLP DT

Gillian said...

This welcome sign is so quirky, it will make a lovely gift, thank you for sharing it with us over at Alter It Monthly.

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