I created some Rudbeckia flowers and leaves on my craft mat with my glue gun.
Next I used them as stencils and sprayed Dylusion inks through them.
I removed my flowers etc and then began to work on the flowers and leaves, filling them in with inks. Then I used white and black pen and coloured the flower centres with brown pen.
I stamped my characters around the flowers, masking parts of the flowers to give the feeling that they were peeping out from behind them. I highlighted them with white pen and finished off with a sentiment.
i enjoyed this challenge and found the glue gun experience easier than I thought.
Thanks for joining the Stampotique FB page and participating in our Challenge.Your first contribution looks fabulous !ReplyDelete
I love the glue flowers - such a great idea! And it's a fantastic page.ReplyDelete
YEEHAW Hazel, i am so pleased you decided to join in with this weeks Stampotique challenge! Fantastic work with the glue gun flowers & i love how your characters are peeking out from behind.ReplyDelete
Just like you emerging from the undergrowth towards the light, keep walking forward & hope to see you joining in as often as you can!
New challenges are on Wednesdays. See you next time:-) xxx
Wow you are on a roll. I love the colours you have used on this and what a great idea for the flowers. They look stunning. Well done a fab page xxReplyDelete
So, Hazel, you linked up successfully and prior to the deadline! Way to go right out of the barn! I love your creative glue flowers, and using them as a stencil is absolutely genius. I love how the Stampotique images are peeking out from behind the flowers. Great design: great execution! Thank you so much for participating in the Stampotique Designers' Challenge this week. The first of many for you, I hope!ReplyDelete
Awesome challenge for the new technique and Stampotique images. They seem to be playing happily in Rudobekia flowers. This card was very very inspired. I love Rudobekia too xxReplyDelete
Wow your glue gun flowers and leaves look amazing, you must has a really steady hand, love how you used them and your Stampotique people have been dotted around your fab background.ReplyDelete
What a great technique! Beautiful art too! xxxReplyDelete
Hazel this is amazing! I love your hot glue flowers, and then to use them as masks is genius. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Stampotique. Sue xxReplyDelete
Wow Hazel, it's great! Wonderful cardReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at Stampotique Design Challenge :)