Freitag, 25. Februar 2011

I can fly!

I had 2 days off work , so I could spend some time with our youngest daughter. And WHAT DO YOU DO with an almost 14 year old girl?
We spent the last days shopping...
I can feel springtime coming around the corner - the shops were filled with spring clothes and outside ,finally, it's getting warmer AND the birds are singing again.
3 weeks ago, I saw the first geese flying over our little country, so springtime is definately on its way!

This card is made for wednesdaystampers theme "I can fly".
If somebody REALLY wanted to fly , it must have been Leonardo da Vinci. This genouis, with all his art and ideas!
All the stamps are from a french company called Katzelcraft. The lady making the stamps had made a whole plate with his inventions.
The cage is from another french company called Atilolou.
The wings are diecuts from Tim Holtz and I was lucky to find an old brad in my stash, with a bird and the word "fly".
The background is painted with acrylics this time.
I am quit sure Mr da Vinci himself must have said the words "I can fly" several times in his life...!

13 Kommentare:

  1. how unique!! and for sure it would have been very interesting if we could have met leonardo in person!

  2. it's gorgeous!! love the turquoise colour!!

  3. wonderful card!

    You asked what stamps I used for my entry(Stempeltanz).The flying man and the houses are from Zettiology.

  4. Fabulous unique composition, love the color combination gold-turqouise.
    Have a nice weekend,

  5. Great entry to the Wednesday Stamper, Lena. Hope you have a really nice time with your daughter.

  6. Oooo that's so cool and just your colour too. It's great that you could use your Metz purchases. Love that cage, I'm too mean to use mine!!

  7. Amazing.....I've loved seeing this!

  8. How cool, that's a fantastic take on this theme.

  9. Love your fantastic and supercreative take on the theme!! It's just awesome!!! Thanks for flying with us over at WS this week :)
    hugs, smiles and applause,

  10. brilliant Lena
    always enjoy reading what you write too

    the birdies have been singing up a storm here in Virginia (USA) also ;)