Talking about flowers, you'll know if you called by the blog this week that Paperartsy are launching new stamp plates by some of their very talented designers. Tonight it's Jos' turn to wow us with the latest additions to her range. I'm a big JOFY fan, have oodles of her stamp plates already, and was really touched when she asked me to make a couple of samples for tonights launch. Thank you Jo, I really enjoyed the challenge and love the new stamps. Will be adding both to my every growing JOFY stash :-)
Click here to head over to Jos' blog launch and on the video link below to see the
And below to watch the lunch video with Leandra
I used chalk and buff Fresco paint to brayer a couple of sheets of A4 white card and book page and French Road to paint the shadow box. Using Archival ink I stamped the caterpillar rounds onto the book page, and the flowers and sentiment onto white card. After painting them with a puddle or water and paint and fine detail brush I cut them out. I love their muted colours.
Putting the painted background paper in place in the frame I started building up the flowers, working form the back, forwards, added some of the caterpillar circles to the ends of the blades of grass, the painted card frame and then the last flower.
I added touches of glossy accents to the flower centres and white sharpie pen dots to the flowers to finish off this little floral box.
Call by Part two of this post shortly for a walk through of my second sample made for tonights launch - Caterpillar Hall