The background is glossy white paper to which I applied classic ink pads directly to the paper. I used a Crafters Work Shop stencil and tried to create a rough tree with Goosebumps matte spray, but I guess the stencil was not the right application, so I sprinkled some sand on while it was drying. Next I dabbed on brown acrylic paint, still using the stencil. The result shouted "needs blossoms!", I didn't have small pink ones but settled for pale yellow. The centers are smooth Liquid Pearls. TFL!
Date: Saturday, May 25, 2013 GMT Views: 646
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Sun, May 26, 2013 @ 7:35 AM
Don't you just love Goosebumps! I'm glad you didn't ditch this, it's lovely!
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