Double distressed gothic arch “Planes, trains & automobiles”

Here’s another Gothic Arch in the Inkurable Stampers series: planes, trains and automobiles. If I want to finish all 24 themes by the end of the year, I shall have to create an average of 3 arches per week, so I’ll have to cut back on ATCs and create a few arches instead.

For the background of this arch I used the Double Distress technique explained on page 40 of Tim Holtz’s A Compendium of Curiosities and so this will also be my entry for this fortnight’s challenge @ Studio L3.

As this gothic arch also uses both dry embossing and heat embossing, I’d like to enter it to the Lots to Do “Embossing” challenge. Moreover, I used a tag, which fits the current “Tag along” challenge @ My time to craft.

Stamps used

  • Car, sentiment: Tim Holtz
  • Plane, luggage, ship:  Clear Choice
  • Map: A Capella
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11 comments on “Double distressed gothic arch “Planes, trains & automobiles”

  1. Gail says:

    Great vintage look!

  2. Zoechaos says:

    Love the TH folder makes a great backdrop to your travel theme piece here. Thank you for sharing with us at Lots to do xx Zoe

  3. Marlene Moore says:

    Great piece! Love all the stamps you used on this.

  4. Wendy says:

    Nice work! Thanks for joining the MTTC Challenge.

  5. Annette G says:

    Fabulous piece, love it. Annette x

  6. Such a wonderful collage.

  7. this is beautiful and your technique turned out so well!

  8. deesdesigns says:

    What a great collage – it all works!

    I’m so glad you could join us this week at MTTC
    Hugs, Dee

  9. Terry says:

    What a fabulous arch! Love how you used the DD technique!

  10. Jaqi says:

    How beautiful , i love the colours that you have used , its gorgeous and it looks fab

  11. Ooh, gorgeous arch, Aisling! The double distressed background looks fabulous and energetic, just perfect for the cool travel theme. The vintage color scheme is perfect, too. I love how you designed this!

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