I am popping in to share something fun that I created.
This is also the last
continuing series of Stencil Sunday.
Thank you for your positive feedback and comments for this series this summer.
The new series "Stamping Sunday"
feature is coming up soon!
I will be covering techniques from the basics to the advanced through new stamps and release from various companies. Hope you are excited about that!
The stencil that I used is
|I saw it on ALTENEW|
Elegant Swirls Stencil
It is no masterpiece, however, I think you might still get
some inspiration a kick out of it.
I often get packages from my DT assignment in the mail, I know, lucky me!
Corrugated cardboard pieces make the frequent appearances in these mail packages.
Recently, I saw a piece of cardboard and thought it would be cool to upcycle it.
I took this as a "practice session" since I only have a piece of junk to lose...
This little piece of "junk art" provided me a few hours of fun and pleasure. It is so free to try out new supplies and old techniques. The cardboard piece came as half-torn, so I just worked with it.
You can still see a bit of cardboard color underneath. I really like the slightly white wash look.
I took out the Build-a-Flower as the shape of the image fitted the half -torn cardboard piece perfectly.
At the bottom, I added a few vellum pieces to go with the design. I had to splash a few splatter to complete the piece. Since this piece has so much textures and dimensions, I kept the embellishment to minimum.
I hope today's post inspires you to look at your junk in a different perspective.
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|I saw it on Simon Says Stamp|
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