Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Creative Bonanza!

Just as promised here's a few more goodies to see. The first is an Altoids Tin I altered by using Liquid nails and acrylic paints to give it texture and color along with some found objects:


Next is a copper triptych shrine I made by running a piece of copper through a hand held embosser for wasn't the easiest to get it to turn but I eventually did. I used Color Misted Deli paper for the inside:

Last but not least is a Bingo Shrine I created from two Vintage Bingo cards cut down



  1. all of these are very cool ... but think I like the copper shrine best ... of course that could be because I am partial to fairy's and copper ... Linda F

  2. Very cool! I love the bingo shrine, too!

  3. Oh gosh ... I want these all LOL The shrines are awesome and the altoid piece at the top ... all that yummy metalic and texture si jsut awesome!!

  4. Fantastic work as always!
    I love the idea of mixing paint with liquid nails. Can't wait to try this myself.

    Thanks for sharing


  5. All your creations are just awesome. I always love to see art.

  6. as always your work ROCKS girl!! I love all the great colors and techniques you do now wishing I had all the time in the world to try them all!! but sure glad to see them used here and all your wonderful work!! you are always so inspiring to me!! thanks for always sharing your creations!! Hugs Linda

  7. Aileen, Awesome! I especially like Patience and the copper shrine. Beautiful work!


  8. Aileen,
    These are wonderful!
    I just got your blog link added to mine so I can keep up with all of your wonderful creations.

  9. Aileen I love your triptychs and shrine. I hope I'm lucky enough to get one of your triptychs in the swap! Thanks for the comment on mine. Glad you liked it.

  10. oh my! Your art is fab-u-lo-so! Can't wait to come back when I have more time to browse!!

    I will email you this weekend!!

    - vicki xo

  11. Je découvre un Blog exceptionnel !!!
    Que de merveilles... Bravo, votre de travail est Magnifique !