Friday, 18 May 2007

Sainte Clothilde


I have done an entry for the Wednesday Stamper challenge on Fleur de Lis. The fdl originally appeared on the heraldry of King Clovis I. Clothilde was his wife, who was later sainted, as she persuaded him to become a Christian.
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Stamp: Hampton Arts
Inks : Alcohol inks - wild plum, mixative silver, Staz-on black
Extras: HOTP pp, silver eyelet, silver and pink paper, ribbon

17 comments:

Hermine said...

Gorgeous!

Nicole said...

Great and such a rich colour. ;)

Linda M said...

Very pretty. LIke the story behind the fleur de lis.

Sija said...

Wonderful!

Julie said...

awesome background!

Benshirin said...

That's so romantic, and very nice with the colourcombination!

DymphieM said...

Gorgeous! Yhank you for the story :-)

Enidan said...

Nice work!

Ilonka said...

wonderful ... thks for the story!

Maggie Ann said...

This is beautiful...I just love what you did with the color.

rammsteinchen said...

wonderful colors for a wonderful card

Silvia said...

Looks great.

Rein said...

Wonderful!

Annes Art said...

Schitterend!!

toscania-art-life said...

`Beautiful colors.

Gillian Hamilton said...

STUNNING Ros, love this piece...
and love the bit of history also!

Gillian said...

very regal and elegant colours used,great piece ......