My first piece of art for the Flower Power challenge over on the Country View Crafts blog was determined by my choice of TH flower stamp, which I adore.
I began by Gessoing a page in my Girl's Annual, adding neutral fresco paints and choosing some papers to show off the flowers.
I stamped the flowers onto some sturdy watercolour paper and painted them very roughly with Vintage Photo Distress ink.
I cut them out so that there was some of the cream background still there in order to make them stand out from the background.
I assembled my chosen papers and aged them a little, and added a poem from a book by Wordsworth.
The key just gave some added interest to the story.
I hope that this, and the fabulous work of my teams has inspired you to enter our challenge.
Thanks for looking.
Products Used:- TH flower stamps; Vintage Photo Distress Spray.
Beautiful Hazel, love this lots xxxReplyDelete
Beautiful vintage project, lovely vintage collage, Hazel!ReplyDelete
This is beautiful Hazel - I love the vintage look - perfect!ReplyDelete
Really lovely Hazel, such a gently piece xxReplyDelete
Such a beautiful page! Gorgeous!oxo SusiReplyDelete
Absolutely lovely - the soft neutrals are right up my alley - vintage perfection.ReplyDelete
I love what you have done with the flowers, the layout is fab.ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous ! Love it !ReplyDelete
Oh my, I love this!ReplyDelete
Such a subtle Vintage piece Hazel! Love Tim's flowers too, xx.ReplyDelete
Love your vintage collage, Hazel! The neutral colors are perfect for it!ReplyDelete
so very beautiful Hazel - so gorgeous - I adore your use of colour - subtle and stunning! Hugs rachel xReplyDelete
Stunning Hazel!!! I adore how you layered up the different papers and those Timmy flowers are just the perfect finishing touch! Stunning and inspiring spread!!! And of course I LOVE those vintage neutral tones!!ReplyDelete
I do love this vintage look Hazel, the colours always marry together so perfectly. Such a pretty addition using TH Flower Garden stamps and the key is a superb addition.. Hugs Tracey xxReplyDelete
I really adore this Hazel! What wonderful layering and awesome use of Tim's flower stamps. Stunning my friend! Hugs, AutumnReplyDelete
Such a lovely page.ReplyDelete
Stunning flower power page Hazel, fabulous vintage look and lovely daisies. It is wonderful that you chose this poem for the theme. xxReplyDelete