Saturday, 12 March 2016

Flower Meadow

I really enjoy playing along with various challenges, but challenge #235 at
Stampotique - "Include Flowers in your Project"
had me thinking outside the square, so to speak.  The reason?   I don't own any Stampotique flowers.  I know that any stamps can be used in this challenge but I prefer to use Stampotique rather than other companies.


Looking through my stamps, I spied "My Heart" and decided it would make beautiful flowers.
There are three layers of petals on each flower which are fussy cut and glued together.  The petals are coloured with various Prismacolor pencils blended together.  The flower centres are a splodge of Liquid Pearls.


I generally make cards or ATCs when I'm playing with my stamps, however, as these flowers are quite large I thought they would be much better suited in my journal.  Flipping through the pages I came across this background which had been a mop-up page, but the green reminded me of flower stems and so as they say, the rest is history!

The words 'flower meadow' are old rub-on letters and by dating the page, I can look back to when it was created, or in this case ...... finished!

I'm also going to enter this page in this month's Craft Stamper challenge.

Stamps
"My Heart" - Stampotique

Challenge
Stampotique Designers Challenge - #235 'Include Flowers in your Project'
Craft Stamper - 'Anything Goes' [March]

Happy Crafting!

6 comments:

  1. Really clever use of the hearts. I love the background you've created on the journal page too. X

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  2. very inventive and a lovely result.
    Thank you for joining in with the Stampotique challenge this week.
    Carol x

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  3. Helen I love this arty card !

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  4. Nice delicate colors. Thanks for joining the Stampotique DC

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  5. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Stampotique, this is amazing!

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  6. Beautiful delicate flowers :)
    Thanks for joining in with us at Stampotique this week :)

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