Awe hi there lovely friends:-)
I'm writing this blog in the wonderful warming Ray's of the sunshine! eeeeeep! has Spring sprung!
How lucky am i - I'm back up guest designing over on the Stampotique Designers challenge blog again this month - eeeeeep! (feeling very blessed and lucky, lucky, lucky:-)))
I have totally enjoyed this months challenge brought to us by the awesome Claudine Wagner Criner - 'Motherly Love' - hop over and see all the design teams lush artwork, and if you decide to join in the fun (go on you know you want to!) you may be one of the lucky 'random' winners of a $30.00 gift certificate to spend in the Stampotique web shop - PRESS HERE to go peep :-)))
I created this piece yesterday after a mammoth clean up in my craft room, think that's why it's sooooo happy, cheery and colourful hahaha! I needed to spread and spill my joy of a happy tidy room into my artwork- mind you all my work is 'happy art' (well in my mind it is!) but I think this got the extra happy kick somehow - tis rather summery, probably that was my choice of the happy dudes I stamped and colourised from Stampotique:-)))
So the 2 bunnies you can see that i colourised were my very own Stampotique designs 'Wally and Mabel' - you can go spy them and the rest of my collection over HERE at Stampotique.com or in the UK at Art From The Heart or A Sprinkle Of Imagination
There are 3 boys and a cheeky chops girly from the amazing designer Daniel Torrente - go have a look at his designs HERE
And the sweet girly holding a heart is 'Hazel Heart' designed by the fabulous Linda Peterson - go look at here designs HERE
And how about those WoWzer colours - the new Prima Watercolors - I used the 'Tropical and Classics' palettes! Their new Watercolor Pad is lush too (just press down a little more firmly when stamping your images with the watercolor paper having a beautiful texture to it - the ink used is Ranger Ink Jet Black Archival ink as it is permanant and doesn't smudge/bleed when coming into contact with the watercolors and oil pastels! By the way my finishing touches were the Prima Oil Pastels and a splat or 2 with my black and white Posca Pens...
Now I've sewn the black thread round the edges tis time to add this page to my fav Dylusions Journal...