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From x stitch I moved into card making - now I am playing around with mixed media! I am taking part in different workshops and with help from crafty pals, learning about different mediums and techniques. Hope you feel inspired to create after a visit to my blog - Happy Crafting!

Monday, 13 January 2014

Junk Journal Make

This is my 2nd make  - I started with a piece of cardboard from the back of a pad. I used gesso and then an inktense block with water.


I used feather stamps for a border and varied  versafine, memento and SU inks for different colours. I added a couple of wings. I used an alphabet block stamp on a coloured background which is an off cut from a smackin acetate piece.

The net over the top is stapled in place, it came from a bouquet of flowers my lovely Sis bought me. The fluffy string was attached to a thank you note which I received with an order from a craft company but I can't remember which.

I have decided to send this to a friend who has been unwell and played around with some stamps so it would be happy mail :)



Hope you all have a nice crafty week planned!


I am entering this make into the following challenges;

Simon Says Stamp Monday - Anything Goes
Incy Wincy Designs - Add Texture
Pan Pastels - Anything Goes



5 comments:

Kathyk said...

Splendid make. Love your mail art too - those lost coast bubbles are great aren't they?

Kathyk

Lilian said...

Such a lovely Idea, I love the pink and the net idea, I have often wondered about using the net you get on fruit.
Hugs
lilian

Andrea Ockey Parr said...

What a great tag! I loved all of the techniques you employed and I thought the net and fluffy string gave it so much texture! The colors you used make it come to life and I love the whimsy and energy it carries. I also got a kick out of your envelope art! You really made a great creation both inside and out. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us for this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

Claire said...

Gorgeous tag, love the pretty colours and all the texture looks fab too. Thanks for joining us at Premium Craft Brands PanPastel Challenge this week
Claire xx

butterfliecrafter said...

Not only did you enjoy the flowers, you also made a stunning tag which can be enjoyed forever.