This is a surreal moment (to say the least) because I never, ever would have imagined that I would be writing a blog post to share the news that I am featured over at Somerset Place, (Stampington & co’s blog) where I am their Guest Artist.
I might possibly have been pinching myself each and every day since I received the e-mail inviting me to be a Guest Artist!
At the time I was asked to create a step tutorial for Christmas card(s) with a colour palette which had been noted in this blog post – it just goes to show, you never know who is taking a peek at your blog! A colour palette well outwith my comfort zone and which I possibly thought, if I gave it any thought at all at the time, that it would be a colour palette I probably wouldn’t repeat. Funny how things can turn out!
Below are sneaky peeks at the three card samples I created for Somerset Place.
Christmas Magic (the first photograph) is the card featured in the step by step tutorial and can be viewed in full HERE along with photographs of the other two card samples in full.
Covered in the tutorial are steps to creating texture on the base of the card by utilising scraps and stamping with paint to create Mixed Media Holiday cards. A peek at the second card which features Darkroom Door stamps
with the final card also featuring Darkroom Door stamps. You probably have a good idea just how much this means to me. It is the greatest of honours and once again I find myself thanking Stampington & co for their incredible support which those past twelve months in particular has been humbling.
As for friends of my blog, I always appreciate your visits so, Thank You. I am so lucky to be able to sit here, writing this blog post, knowing that I can share my news with you and that you continue to be such a wonderful source of support and encouragement for me. I could not ask for more.
10 Dec 2014 24 Comments