Friday, February 26, 2016

Small Things with Great Love

Friday!  Yeah! I have been having a dry spell with my creative juices.  Today I decided that I was going to create something, anything to keep me creating.  I decided to use a new stencil with ferns and glimmer mist to start the art!
I misted the ferns in the background and then added a layer of stamped text.

I did this three times because I tried different effects on the ferns and ended up muddying them up. I persisted and on my third attempt I added the lovely Verses Rubber Stamps sentiment and wanted to have a flower coming across in in a different direction and the PaperArtsy flower was the right length and fit perfectly.

Of course I went to stamp it and it didn't get an even image.  Easy enough to fix with a second stamping on a second piece of cardstock.  Color, cut and pop onto the top of the original image.

Products:  The Crafters Workshop - Fern Stencil, Tattered Angels - Kiwi Glimmer Mist, 7 Gypsies stamp (text),  PaperArtsy Flower - Hot Picks, Ranger Archival - Potting Soil, Verses Rubber Stamps - Great Things, Stampendous Bronze Crushed Glass Glitter

Well I hope you have a fabulous Friday!



  1. Love it Suzz - a bit of playtime and beauty emerges. LOVE how this has come together. Jenny x

  2. Gorgeous! Sure - that flower fits nicely...

  3. Oh how many times I've flubbed-up a stamping but never thought to cover it with a dimensional version so thanks for the tip. Your piece reminds me that cherry blossoms will soon flourish and spring is on it's way. That's a lovely quote and you've showcased it perfectly!

  4. I love how you have used the ferns as background.

  5. It's good to play, isn't it? I love the windblown appearance of these beautiful flowers, and the stamped fern background adds such lovely depth. Beautiful color palette!

  6. Always good to just play, - and what beautiful results! Absolutely love this, both the background and the flowers look wonderful!


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