I was playing with some dry wash and paper mask techniques for my young students and decided to use it as a springboard to respond to Sam Read's Stampotique Designer's Challenge #90; Song Inspiration. "Good Day Sunshine” (Beatles) uses three Stampotique images; Love Definition , Vintage Script, and Flower Girl.
I cut a circle mask for the sun and tore out a curved shape to create a hill. Pebbles Pearlescent chalks, Copics, and a little glitter pen scribble was applied after laying down the paper masks. Flower Girl's dress is paper pieced.
The next images use all background stamps with paper masks and a little line work.
I created three random mask shapes for the trees by cutting into a post-it note and tearing desired shapes. A dry wash of chalk was applied prior to stamping background stamps. For the house I cut out the rectangle and triangle on separate masks and applied the Baroque Background with colored dye inks.
Scrap paper completes the house door.
Gosh Janet, I absolutely adore them, Flower Girl is soooo sweet! Thanks for finding the time to join in with us at Stampotique this week xxReplyDelete
Forgot to say . . . Great song too!ReplyDelete
Love the chalk trees.... So nice and springy.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining us at Stampotique this week.