Wednesday 18 June 2008

Circle Gift - Tile

I had a couple of gorgeous tiles left over from the kitchen and just had to use them for something.


The first is this one, it's an image transfer finished with alcohol inks and a chipboard swirl covered with Stewart Gill patina EP. I drilled holes to thread the ribbon threw for hanging and secured the ribbon with a pair of earings.

19 comments:

Carrie said...

fabulous Audrey - I love it and its so unusual

Chris said...

It's gorgeous, Audrey. It looks so old and worn.

joanne wardle said...

wonderful, fab use of the tile.

Gillian said...

Really gorgeous Audrey, the tile lol .... not you (hehe), love the aged look, and the image transfer ticks the box too. x

Jo Capper-Sandon said...

Love all the textures you've created. It looks very tactile.

JACKIE M said...

Beautiful Audrey,I love the image transfer.

Karin said...

Wow Audrey that looks so amazing, what wonderful use for the tile and I love how you've altered it. :o)

Scrappelise said...

I would not belive a tile could look so wonderful, but you made it. It`s great!

alcoholinky said...

great tile Audrey. love the way you've distressed it and what a gorgeous image.

Kaz said...

you got a well good picture of this audrey, it really looks fab, you should give gillian some lessons.......hehe
this is gorgeous, even more so on my wall. the earings are brill, I didn't know it was earings till i read that! lol
brilliant gift to receive and I love it, thank you moo xxxx

Em's Blog said...

ooo this is gorgeous Audrey! absolutely love it!!!

Mandy - Crafty Angel said...

Oh wow, I LOVE this, how on earth did you do that one!! and a drill too!! Can I have a lesson please!! Fabby work, mandyxx

Kate said...

OMG Auds this is just gorgeous

Her Vintage Stage said...

Cute cute, I liked the pendant too. Would love to know what transfer you used.

deb said...

Love this Audrey, the texture looks great.

CraftyC said...

Wow, this is stunning!
Clairexx

kathj said...

wow this is very nice and so original too!

Greensleeves said...

What a fab tile! gorgeous!

Seona said...

Wow don't know how I missed this - I love it - gorgeous and so original!