Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Topflight Stamps 1st Birthday Blog Hop!!!

Welcome to the Topflight Stamps 1st Birthday Blog Hop!!!   The past year has been more successful than we ever could have imagined and it’s all because of our amazing customers. We are so excited to celebrate with you and give you our 1st Birthday Special Discount - 20% off ALL orders - use code BDAY20.

Topflight Stamps is a place you will find different and unique stamps from aroud the world. Today we have an AWESOME blog hop with some of the best paper crafters in the industry. They are each featuring some of our favorite stamps. Be sure to comment on this blog and all the blogs on the hop to be eligible for the GRAND PRIZE a $50 store credit!!!  PLUS  - each of the designers on this blog hop are giving away a $10 gift certificate to one of the commenters on their post. I will announce my winner here on Monday, April 2.  The $50 Grand Prize winner will be announced on the Topflight Stamps Blog the same day.

I created these cute flower blocks using reclaimed wood from a building site. I painted the blocks and flowers with PaperArtsy Fresco Paints - now available at Topflight Stamps. I doodled on the flower and added some Tim Hotlz Word Bands to finish them off. I also used PaperArtsy Tracy Scott and Emma Godfrey stamps. 



Tracy Scott Paints

Now, be sure to check out all these blogs and comment for your chance to win the grand prize!!

   Donna BowmanYou are here
   Julia Stainton
   Jenny Colacicco
   Veronica Zalis
   Tenia Nelson
   Lisa Hoel
   Teri Anderson
   Jenny Marples
   Karen Bearse

   Kristina Song

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Mixed Media Monthly Challenge #46

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It's time for a new Mixed Media Monthly Challenge. This month we are sponsored by Marabu. They are a manufacturer of art supplies. They sent the design team a stencil, art crayon, art spray and acrylic mousse to use on our projects. We ask that you use a stencil and at least 3 mediums on your project. 

I used the stencil with the three birds and all the supplies they sent me on an art journal page. I really liked the Acryl Mousse and the way it was very light and went easily through the stencil. 

Filled in the outside edges with the blue art spray and colored the birds with the blue crayon and Dina Wakely Scribble Sticks. I outlined the birds with a white pen and a gray Faber Castell Big Brush Pen. Finally, I added some dots to accent the leaves.