Monday, 24 September 2007

Saturday Stampers - I dream of trees

I was asked to do some projects for a magazine recently but got myself all stressed about it and couldn't make anything yesterday afternoon LOL. So I gave up, went surfing and found the Saturday Stamper challenge and had a go at that instead. At least I haven't lost it completely yet! The tree stamp is from a plate by Time To Stamp. The colour reproduction isn't perfect by any means. The acetate overlay hasn't helped as usual. You do get a better idea if you enlarge it (and it's HUGE!) The background was made with a mixture of different Creative Colour Sprays from Crafty Notions

17 comments:

Gillian said...

The background gives off a dreamy mystical look, which works so well with this tree stamp:)

saturday stampers said...

this is really gorgeous, the colours are fab and dreamy, the trees are perfect, and I love the gold edging too. lovely work. thanks for joining in.
Kaz x

Em's Blog said...

oh this is so lovely and dreamy, fab take on the theme!! :o)

deb said...

This is gorgeous, love the background.

Heather Robinson said...

This is marvelous and oh so whimsical. That little girl on the mouse always makes me chuckle.

Karin said...

The background is soft and dreamy the trees blend with it so that they look like they are coming out of a mist I love the touch of gold :o)

Paula said...

Absolutely beautiful. I love that tree & the butterfly wings add a fairy tale twsit to the scene.
Gorgeous!

Lisa Renéa said...

Beautiful! Such an amazing background!!

Andrea said...

That is wonderful, love the background

Carrie said...

Its lovely and I too love the background. When I click on your picture it does bring me to a shop though.

Nellie said...

Wow such a stunning colours! Just love the whole idea

Maissi said...

I really like this, its adorable :)

Klaartje said...

Great Tag!!

joanne wardle said...

gorgeous background. lovely tag

Viola said...

Really lovely!! :-)

Zuzu's Blog said...

gorgeous.. its so hard to get a great picture when reflective surfaces are involved .. but as it looks gorgeous here this only means it must be outstanding in the flesh :-)
well done

Marilyn Rock said...

This piece is wonderful! It's dreamy really. I love the colors and that background is texturey.