I am so excited to share my project with you. Sometimes you make something that ends up exactly the way you wanted it to turn out. I changed things around a lot while working on it, but the end result showcases my photo the way I really hoped it would. Before we get to my artwork, here’s a photo of what the stamp set looks like:
We are here again, for another SOTM blog hop! This month we’ve got almost 60 consultants participating. If you came from Tamytha, the Paperheartist, you’re on the right path. If this is your first stop, just keep clicking the links at the end of each post until you get back here.
How fun is that!!! I love that it matches with one of the Art Philosophy images, that the higher numbers are stamps, too, so that I don’t have to stamp a 3 and a 0 to make 30. This set is perfect for any kind of event, for invitations but also layouts.
Here is my project:
I had so much fun creating this layout, following the Sidebar-Main Frame pattern from Reflections. I’m a year and a half behind, since my daughter has had her 6th birthday already, but I love this photo of her. It was taken during her first birthday party with her friends. I printed the photo in black and white so I could use any colour and I decided on blue because that is Arianna’s favourite. I loved the way the stamps were all rectangular. To show that my focus was on a year, I stamped each image a number of times, in a type of random grid, using Indian Corn Blue ink on Indian Corn Blue cardstock. Then, you’ll see the May stamp on the tag, since her birthday is May 30. I chose to cut a different image than the ticket one because this bracket rectangle looks more girly.
Here’s a close up of the stamped side:
And here is a close-up of the embellishment cluster.
Cardstock: Lilac Mist, Indian Corn Blue, Outdoor Denim, White Daisy
Ink: Indian Corn Blue, Outdoor Denim
Embellishments: Milepost Shapes, Colour-Ready Cork Alphabet, Lilac Mist brads, felt flowers (from Maya Road) and Denim Baker’s Twine (from The Twinery)
Other: sponge, My Legacy Writer
Now it’s time to hop on over to Katy’s blog and drool over the artwork she’s created.