Minky by Daniel Torrente
Crown by Jo Capper Sandon
Sentiment by Carols collection
Paints and inks by Dylusions
Recently it was my niece's 12th birthday so I made her a door hanger to hang on her door to ward off unwelcome visitors! Naturally, as a 12 year old, her favourite expression it 'whatever' so the sentiment suited the occasion perfectly :-)
I can't seem to get enough of Minky at the moment, and I think she looks especially great with beeswings:
Large bee by Jo Capper Sandon
Sentiment by Carols Collection
Number stamps by Ma Vinci
I made this background using Dylusions inks only rather than my usual combination of acrylic paints and inks. Look! I even left some white space on the background!
Whilst I was in the mood for creating backgrounds with inks, I made a quickie ATC. Love these cutie house stamps by Dylusions:
Right up your Street stamps, and inks by Dylusions
Yesterday I held a workshop in my village, as I have been doing now for about 6 years. An amazing group of ladies attend on a regular basis, aged from 9 to 89! Here's Kathleen getting stuck in with the new Distress Stains and Tim Holtz stamps:
Ooooh just look at the concentration here!! :
Wowee, what a productive morning! :
Ok, so the weather here in the UK has been unusually good and we have been enjoying some beautiful spring weather. My family and I went out for a stroll in the glorious spring sunshine today and discovered that everything has started to burst into life. Have a lookie:
These bullrushes are fit to burst!
Now, back to the new Distress Stains by Tim Holtz. When I first saw these I didn't know if I needed them. How could they be different from Distress inkpads? Or re-inkers? So I tried a few (it would be rude not to!) and now I know why I need them. They are lush! Have you tried them yet?
Right. Off to visit a few blogs - I'm a bit behind recently - life has been busy busy busy! Byeeeeeee for now.