Hope all is well with you today. It's time to share another of Beccy Muir's October releases. It's the first time Beccy has produced her own photopolymer stamps. This set is called 'Feathered Nest' and not only has images but very useful sentiments. They are wonder designs and they stamp very well.
You can find this and all the other stamp and digital sets on Beccy's Shop.
Below are two of my creations using this wonderful set of stamps.
My first project is the card above. I used one of the image stamps and sentiment stamp to created a background for the card. The main image and a sentiment from the 'Feathered Nest' stamp set were stamped onto white card. The main image was coloured with watercolour pencils. The image and sentiment were then die cut (Tattered lace dies) and mounted onto the created background. Used dimensional paint on the centres of the flowers and faux stitched around the edge of the background.
The second project is this wine bottle holder. The holder is a Tonic die. Five of the sides were the solid die cuts and one was the decorative panel. On each of the solid panels I used one of the smaller stamp from the 'Feathered Nest' stamp set with green ink to decorate them. The tag was another tonic die, one of the smaller image and a sentiment were stamped onto the tag. The image was coloured with watercolour pencils. Faux stitched around the tag and attached it to the wine bottle.
Hope you like my project enough to visit Beccy's blog and shop to see what the other member for the DT have created with this wonderful set.
My photo really does not do this church justice. It is the oldest wooden church in Trinidad and has the most amazing feeling when you walk in. There was a wonderful member of the congregation named Richard who let us in and told us all about this very special church. You could feel God's presence in this amazing space. I feel so privileged to come up this special place by 'accident'. Ok, I don't really believe it was by accident but was God's will for us to be there.
This is a wonderful new set of digital stamps by Beccy Muir, called 'Build-A-Wreath', you can find it in her SHOP.
These are a couple of cards I made using this wonderful set.
I used several elements from the set to created the central image. It was printed on white card and coloured with Derwent Inktense pencils. The background was created with Brusho crystals.
Once again I combined different elements from the Build-a-Wreath set to created my central image. It was coloured with Derwent Inktense pencils. The background was done with pearl paint and Spellbinders die.
Thank you for taking the time to visit and hope you will fine more inspiration on the other DT's blogs.
Sneak peak of my project using the Build a Wreath digital set.
The Build-a-Wreath set is a very versatile set.
All of the individual elements have been saved as .png files, which means they have a transparent background for clean and simple merging. That feature, combined with the ability for resizing and flipping, means there is an almost endless array of possible configurations you can discover.
Background of the card created using Brusho crystals and lots of Tim Holtz stamps. I just love making my own backgrounds, it's so much fun.
Coloured the gray-board with black gesso and then added various colours of wax and then edge it with Pebeo antique gold gilding wax. The name was cut out from card that was coloured with green pearlescent paint . The washers (real metal) were coloured with alcohol inks.
Really hope he likes the card. I am happy with how it came out.
Hope you had a lovely weekend. Was nice to get a bit of rain for the garden. Spent today making this beach bag for my sister, really hope she will like it. Did not measure the fabric just folded in half and cut where I thought it looked right, cut out the lining fabric by using the main fabric as a guide. Then cut out a square for the bottom corners of all the layers of fabric. Also made a pocket for the inside and covered a piece of mount board with main fabric for the base of the bag.
Really please with how it turned out.
Skipper is doing really well, she caught two furry things yesterday and brought one inside (alive)!
Have a great day.
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This is Skipper's new best place to sleep. She is doing well but has been sick a few times recently so we are keeping a close eye on her.
Below are two of the ceramic coasters that I made this week. Had lots of fun playing with my Pebeo fantasy paints. On these two I used both the moon and prisme paints and I just love the textures they produce. Have a great weekend.
Time for another new release from Beccy Muir and this time it's a super fun set of digital stamps and sentiments. The new set is called 'Monkey Madness'. You can find the set in Beccy's shop and more inspiration on Beccy's blog. Very exciting things happening over at Beccy's Place so do check it out.
Really adored working with these images and can see myself using them for lots of different occasions.
A lot of work went into making the fist card as all the backgrounds are handmade. The blue was done with Brusho and then over printed. The next layer was done by stamping the fancy image and then stencilling over it with the flower image. Piece of paper was coloured with Glimmer mist and the leafy branches were die cut. The sentiment is from the 'Monkey Madness' set. The main image was printed and then coloured with alcohol markers and some pencil on top.
The second card was made by printing the image and sentiment and colouring it with pencils and then stamping the leaves over the edges and colouring them with Pitt pens. Layered onto patter cards and then button added.