Evening peeps........fabulous post yet again on the PA blog.
Something spooky happened to me tonight! I produced this Triptych and then nipped over to the PA blog to look if anyone else had posted and what did I see staring back at me.....a triptych by Leandra using Sara Naumann stamps that I hadn't noticed when I briefly scanned the topic on Sunday night! I had been at AFTH all day and was zombified so didn't absorb the input of the topic! It is so much like mine that I must have absorbed it by osmosis!
Anyway...this is what I did!
I used some PA smoothy card and glued down a piece of manuscript. Washed over it with Snowflake and then applied inks to my craft mat and dabbed them on. Wrinkle free distress.
I cut my card into 3 pieces and then stamped with SN stamps.
So, I ended up with a copy of the one on the blog......weird!
I mounted them onto card and was pleased with the result!
That is proper spooky Hazel. leandra video wasn't there on Sunday as it hadn't finished uploading to Youtube, ended up taking overnight. So it only appeared on the blog on monday.. so yes you def must have absorbed it through the ether lolReplyDelete
Fabulous pieces though, and so professionally mounted. x
It's not the same Hazel, you just used the same main stamps is all and fab job you did with it too! Gorgeous triptych with lovely soft colours. I love it!ReplyDelete
Looks fabulous Hazel, those stamps are lovely. I too have something up next week using them. Hugs Debs xxReplyDelete
Beautiful work Hazel - love the soft colours, they look lovely with that SN stamp set. It looks totally different to Leandras project in my opinion! Claire xReplyDelete
Fantastic, Hazel! I really love those stamps and I love what you've done with them! Your work is so varied and always exciting! Loving the soft colour palette on this and how it really evokes the season! xxReplyDelete
That is lovely.ReplyDelete
This is a stunning triptych, Hazel. I love the subtle inky effects and beautiful spare stamping... haunting in the most beautiful way.ReplyDelete
I so nearly brought that set but changed my mind, great piece, sometimes I think of something and then it appears on the blog, shows where all in the PA vibe lol xxReplyDelete
Tis the season to be spooky bwahahahahahaha. Love the soft colours. Very poignant. HugzReplyDelete
this suits the three panel so well - very peaceful looking project xReplyDelete
Oh how lovely. Love the soft colours with the music in the backround.ReplyDelete
Beautiful soft and chic colours, Great Triptych, I think the real thing is more than fabulous the photo. xxxReplyDelete
This is so beautiful - I love the subtle background with the music just visible, and the colour palette is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Beautiful and elegant - love the soft colors and the subtle stamping around the main image. Just shows that great minds think alike!! xx LynnReplyDelete
Spooky... but super results!ReplyDelete