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Monday, 29 January 2018

Destination Inspiration at A Vintage Journey

Hello friends!

Today I have a Destination Inspiration post over at A Vintage Journey, here is a sneak peek at what I made:



I hope, if you have the time, you will go over to see my project!

Hugs, Anne xx

18 comments:

  1. I've never really registered before that you don't like brown! But what a brilliant job you've done with it over at AVJ... I love it.
    Alison x

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  2. I popped over to check it out!
    I think it turned out fabulous and the blue worked well with all the brown.

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  3. Bravo, Anne! I LOVE, LOVE, LLOOOVVVEE this tag! You certainly seem perfectly comfortable with your grungy browns, although you don't use them much. What a fabulous tutorial you've prepared at A Vintage Journey, too! Hugs!

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  4. It's absolutely stunning, Anne!! I love the beautiful blue and the crackle!! The cogs look amazing!! Every detail is spectacular!! Gorgeous project, my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. Absolutely brilliant Anne - I love the layers and the blue is perfect. Looking forward to hearing about your trip! Hugs rachel x

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  6. Hi Anne, brilliant. happy creative week, Angela xXx

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  7. Been and looked and commented! It's a wonderful textural piece with gorgeous rich colours! Hugs xxxxxx

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  8. I don't know if I would have like the tag alone Anne but you sure did make it special by putting on your canvas with the blue color. You do seem to have a good eye and know just what is needed.
    Aren't you tired?????
    Sandy xx

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  9. Absolutely loved yourDI post Anne xx Great details on the burlap and i love those cool cogs xxx The PD finishes it all of perfectly xx

    Sending huge hugs
    Annie xx

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  10. Have studied this beauty over at avj Anne. Its superb in every way. Nx

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  11. Anne, I was over giving a look at your tag, and I am proud of your bravery! Myself, I do not use much brown either,but I really think you did a superb job with toning it down with the blues! Great tag! And I love the mounting of it as well!Well done on your journey ,my friend!
    love & hugs,Jackie xx

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  12. Took me a little bit of looking around and searching links to finally get over to Destination, but finally I did. WOW! I am so amazed at the effect of stenciling over the burlap, and that it doesn't seep under the plastic. Very effective, looks like a men's suit fabric from oh-so long ago. Loved the shade of blue you've daubed around on the brown, the rusty look of the cogs and wheels, but the weathered blue frame makes your whole design just pop. Wonderful old photo...Your story of the process involved is always just fascinating. Enjoyed seeing the other entries - you are in with such a talented group of imaginative people. (I'd never guess you are not especially fond of working with browns!) TFS & Hugs

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  13. Terrific project , Anne . Love how you ahve used the contents of the travel bag
    hugs x

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  14. I have to agree about brown, although I do love neutrals in the lighter tones. Your bright aqua sure makes the browns look great though, and your rusting looks so amazing! Love the shabby blue ribbon bow, a wonderful final touch! hugs :)

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  15. Popped over and LOVED it!!! The colors, oh the colors, and love the boy gent...so fun!

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  16. Just catching up Anne! This one is just gorgeous, love how you work with colour, love love love xx

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