It's the first Sunday of the month so time for our new challenges at We Love Chocolate Baroque and Stamping Sensations. Our themes for December are 'Anything Goes' and 'Anything with Wings'. Prizes come from Chocolate Baroque and Craft Stash.
I thought I would also share my very first Youtube video, far from perfect and I need to polish my act a bit, but as people often suggest that I should do more tutorials I thought why not. Actually I quite enjoyed making it as it takes me back to normal pre COVID times when it was possible to do live demos and classes which I have done for years and always enjoy, so here it is..................
Back to my DT shares for today and of course my wings had to be Lavinia Fairies and on the card at the top a background of Oxides and also some Dylusions paint to bring out the yellow. The super tree which I think is so magical with the strooms growing around the door, the the little magical scene built up around it.
This is one of my samples from yesterdays Chocolate Baroque Hochanda TV shows, it uses a mixture of stamps which I have listed over on the challenge blog. Again Oxides, a paper pieced flower head and the sentiment stamped onto a piece of Aida.
Thos one is from a show a couple of months ago using the new Canary Bird Rose, simply stamped onto a stencilled background which I created with various sprays......I really liked this one and was going to prepare a couple more for future products but can I find the stencil, of course I can't. I will admit to having a rather large drawful of them and have turfed it out several times and gone through them one by one and it's just not there so can only conclude it went into the bin by mistake. The flower is paper pieced from an offcut coloured with the same spray inks.
My triptych card above uses three waste pieces from the Timmy cabinet card die, one I've had for years and use so much, they are easily hinged together with a scrap of scored card and can incorporate as many section as you wish. Oxides again in the background and basically just an hour or so of fun stamping with lots of Lavinia stamps.
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