Another step further extending the work of her fabulous stamps…oops 2 fabulousses already!
Anyway, I decided to go a bit neutral on my colours and then give it an Ellen POP of red!
First I brayered the colours displayed into my journal, managed to get in one of the new colours…Chutney, love it!
I followed Ellen's lead with next steps. Printed circles in coffee archival and tiny PA circle stamp in Snowflake.
I found some paper that had mop ups of Dyan Reaveley inks and added some London Bus with my brayer. I used this for my cut outs.
Next, I tore up some PA paper which has maps on and distressed the edges. I glued it all down and highlighted the edges of the maps with Red Inktense crayon and water.
Fabulous Hazel - loving your pop of red xxxReplyDelete
Glorious page Hazel although reds not my colour it looks fantastic. Great shape you used:-) xxxReplyDelete
it's gorgeous, Hazel, love the red against the background, and your lettering is great!ReplyDelete
Glad you are getting time to play. I might not make it this week due to other commitments. This page looks great and I love your sentiment.
Brilliant page Hazel, that's a great quote!ReplyDelete
Wonderful!!! Love the layered circle stamping and your POP of red! So glad you liked the videos and decided to play along!ReplyDelete
This came out fantastic! Thanks for showing the page step by step, to see how you created it.ReplyDelete
This is so fab, Hazel, the browns with the red and white work brilliantly, and I love the lines of it,ReplyDelete
That looks great, I love the red circles.ReplyDelete
Fabulous page! I love red circles and great quote. xxReplyDelete
Fab page, I love the bold colours. Great lettering too!ReplyDelete
LOVE your red circles...ReplyDelete
Ooh Hazel only just seen this must have missed your tweet Sorry! I really like the colours you have used and the way you have added the red as you say it really pops. And the stitch lines look really good too. Debs xxxReplyDelete
Great piece. Love the red outlines on the papers and the red stamp. Looks like roses. Great letteringReplyDelete
I wouldn't normally go for red but I have to say it looks fab against the neutral background. Well done on your handwritten quote! My hands just don't obey commands for decent writing of any kind and I hate writing in cards that I've spent an age making because I feel my handwritten messages don't do them justice, lol! That chap Arth Ritis has a lot to answer for ;D!ReplyDelete