Today's offering I hope is something different. I saw a photo somewhere to this effect and since i've been wondering how I could replicate it on a card.
Then earlier this week Brabara Gray showed this stencil on her blog and I knew what I wanted to do with it. So i ordered it and it arrived today.
So I went round edges of 7x7 gelli card with masking tape. Then i put one of the girls on top. I sprayed background with dylusions ink, sunshine yellow, midnight sparkle and lime green. Then I added a couple of spritzes of antique gold and a turquoise cosmic shimmer mica sprays. I lifted girl and removed tape.
Then it was time to play. I used ever green bough DI and a male up sponge and with the help of a torn piece of paper i created the hills. Then I put down crcle mask and added tumbled glass and iced spruce for the sky.
For the water I used weathered wood and tumbled glass.
The sun i coloured with mustard seed and the tiniest bit of barn door.
Then I stamped the image in black archival. I used one of the words from the word chains which i stamped in black archival ink.
I had to cut border off as some ink had seeped under the tape. Iinked edges in black and mounted on 7x7 base card.
Stamps and stencil used are from Claritystamp.
This tilted pic is an attempt to try to capture some shimmer from the mica!
Hope you like my quirky offering, Theresa xx
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Soz about the delete Ignore it! This is lovely Theresa. I can't wait to get this Stencil myself. XxReplyDelete
thanks Sam. yes not worried about delete xxDelete
Theresa, you are on the ball getting the stencil and what a magnificent job you have done with it. Bliddy fantastic missus ❤❤❤❤❤ReplyDelete
Thank you Linda. I was gobsmacked at how quickly the stencils came! normally my order takes well over 2 weeks to come xxDelete
This is stunning Theresa - very beautiful and a lovely design xxReplyDelete
thank you Janet xxDelete
Absolutely fantastic, hope you're going to enter this for the Clarity challenge xxReplyDelete
i can't Lisa as i entered my canvas xxDelete
Fantastic, very clever in deed xx Zoe xxReplyDelete
WOW stunning Theresa, love the idea and the scene looks amazing.ReplyDelete
Love it Theresa. Great idea and it's worked out so well. xReplyDelete
Brilliant work, Theresa, I do love this new stencil ....my is ordered and I am looking forward to it arriving....have a great holiday....hugs. XReplyDelete
This is just gorgeous.xxxReplyDelete