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Monday, 1 September 2014

Renaissance

I wanted to find a colour image for my inchie this week but failed....for me, Renaissance is going back to my history lessons at a French schooling Libya and the French king of the time Francois 1er!  So here he is in all his b&w glory....

I've even managed to make those copper edges look ever so slightly distressed :-)

12 comments:

  1. What a great little inchie Sally, nearly autumn.
    hugs Brenda xx

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  2. I don't know much about the Renaissance in France, mostly Italy and England. So this is very interesting to me. And you've done a great job with your inchie. I do like the edges.

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  3. Fantastic inchie, fantastically aged!

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  4. The edges frame your inchie so well, its fantastic.
    Yvonne

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  5. Great inchie Sally and love how you gave him a Renaissance background too.

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  6. Love this one. Never heard of him, so that is cool to learn something new! Love the edges.

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  7. The distressed copper edge looks great for this image.
    Avril xx

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  8. I love how you did your inchie; however, I must admit it brought back memories of that history test in which I could never remember the numbers of all the billions of kings :)

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  9. Great inchie, the edging just finishes it off beautifully.

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  10. Hi Sally

    That is one great inchie .. .. it looks much bigger (a bit like my teeny, tiny cards).

    Thanks for the cuttlebug plate idea. Some of mine are so bowed I think they may be past redemption but it might be worth a go. I have seen a few Youtube videos .. .. with mixed results! Don't like the look of the melted ones LOL!!!

    Hope you are having a good week.

    Love Jules xx

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