De African daisy hoort gewoon op deze achtergrond voorzover het aan mij ligt! Achtergrond is restjes distress inkt van de craftsheet, De druppels eerst op het achtergrondje gestempeld om de schaduw er ook op te krijgen, dat valt niet zo goed uit te knippen, Bloemen en druppels op apart kaartkarton gestempeld, uitgeknipt, gekleurd met aquarelpotloden, apart opgeplakt, Hart van bloem gevuld met strassteentjes.. De script is een afwrijfplaatje....
The African daisy needs to be on this background as far as I am concerned!
Background has been made from leftover inks on my craftsheet. The flowers and drops were stamped on a seperate piece of cardstock, cut out and adhered to the background. I did stamp the drops on the background first to get the shadow down as well.The heart of the flowers has been done with strass.
The script is a rub on...
Yes , easter... come join in the fun on the Magenta blog!
Interprete the theme as you like.. I chose for the color yellow, and March being the time of year tulips appear everywhere because of the springy weather, I used this beautiful silhouette stamp, and new life (spring) is new growth (sentiment).
Of course easter celebrates Jesus Christ's resurrection from the dead,
three days after he was executed. That is new life for all of us who believe in His love!
You may use that as your theme as well, as long as there is some stamping on your creation!
I like being in a design team where I do not need to just use the newest supplies. The golden oldies are as pretty as newer ones... it means playing, and I don't mind that! You must know that by now....
the scrapbookpaper is just as beautiful as the stamps..
Go grab your stamps and other supplies and have some stamping fun!