Winter by Daniel Torrente for Stampotique
Abstract Foliage (lower border) by Jo Capper-Sandon for Stampotique
Sentiment by Stampotique
Basic Backgrounds by Dylusions
Random numbers (in red) by Ma Vinci
Inks by Dylusions
I had a fabulous time at Art from the Heart on Saturday, teaching a workshop to a great and fun group, on Art Journaling using Stampotique images.
Art journaling + Stampotique = fun!!
Whilst teaching the class I decided to challenge myself to complete a page in my mop-up sketchbook, to see if I could make anything out of this ugly ink spill:
I am LOVING my new Stampotique stamps - abstract foliage (great for borders!) and the sentiment which makes me absolutely laugh my socks off.
I was quite pleased with how this page turned out in the end, considering it was just an ugly spill on a page to start with. Even my husband said he really liked it, but then he added .... 'ooh, that person looks just like you'.
Is that a compliment do you think?
Anyway, here's the class hard at work:
Here's me with the lovely Debra, all the way from the USA:
And here's what they came up with, I think these pages are FABULOUS!
Made by Pat
Made by Jane
Made by Eleanor (age 11)
Made by Pam
Backgrounds made by Debra
Made by Colleen
Made by Jane
Made by Liz
Made by Ali
Made by Gill
Wow, great job everyone!
Thanks to everyone who left a comment for my little give-away. After deleting duplicate entries I used Random.org to select a winner, and it came up with ....
Loving the Rogues Gallery - and dead jealous that you have started your February calendar pages - I'm still trying to sort out my pages for January :-) ...BUT... I have at least started to play with paints and spray inks - I got seriously motivated from watching your 2 DVD's!
Well done Weasel! Please e-mail me with your details and I'll get it in the post to you ASAP.
And finally, have you seen Dylusions Inks for Ranger? Have you?! They're going to be fabulous! Have a lookie here, and at the stencils here. Oooooooh, can't wait!
Byee for now ....