Recently, in this post HERE, I shared the first of a trio of canvas panels I was lucky enough to have published in Stampington and Co’s The Stampers’ Sampler, for their Celebration Challenge Call.
All the panels carried the same theme of a birthday party on Mixed Media panels .
Sharing the other two panels, again they are 8″x8″ panels.
(Stencil – Girls – She Lets Herself Fly – other Redlead products available HERE.)
I had a bit of fun with the stencils, bringing personality to the girl with a stamped onto fabric party hat, trimmed with rhinestones, a little blush to her cheeks and stenciling to the dress. You also get a peek at the background which was laid down before stenciling the two girls.This is such a sweeting bunting, stamped a few times to give me the required length and stamped onto fabric.
She also had to have a party hat.A simple rhinestone to add a decorative detail to her fabric stamped party hat.The final panel.Alongside Redlead stamps and stencils, I also sneaked in a few That’s Crafty Dinky Stencils.The word tiles are actually a stencil, again from Redlead. Cut out and roughly outlined with a watersoluble pencil to give definition.The bunting which appears on the other panel, makes another appearance on this panel. There is something so festive about bunting.
and not forgetting the birthday cake.and this final wee touch of a stamped sentiment onto banner with a lace rose to embellish.At the time of drafting this post, I’d hoped I would have caught up with you, visiting your own blogs but I haven’t managed to do so. I know you understand but for me it is disappointing, visiting blogs was always something I enjoyed.
Have a lovely weekend and many, many thanks for your visit.
09 Jul 2016 16 Comments
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