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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Amy Brown Blog Hop Release!!

WOW!!  The day has finally arrived and I can share my project that I created with one of the awesome new Amy Brown stamps!  Oh, how I love her art.  When I was given the opportunity to create some art with her new stamps...well, let me just tell you I was over the moon!  If you are starting here on my blog you might want to hop on over to the Queen Kat blog where the blog hop starts, then continue on from there so you can see all the new images.

For my project today I am looking ahead a little to the Christmas season.  I decided to create a wall hanging.
I just love this stamp!!  I colored the image with Copics and then added some bling to her wings with Creative Inspirations paints.  The papers are from the new Basic Grey line.  The ribbon I actually found clearanced at a local discount store! I also embossed the chipboard with the large dots from Sizzix and added some Tattered Angels Glimmer mist.
Here you can see the shimmer of her wings better.  

Next you will want to pop on over to Vicki's BLOG to see another wonderful project!  
Thanks for stopping by today!  Happy Hopping, JennK

9 comments:

Queen Kat said...

oh, this is awesome!!! I love how you made it a Christmas project!!

My name is Wynneth said...

This is just AWESOME Jenn, I just love what you did with this beautiful new girl :O)
hugs
wynneth
x

Lelia Pierce said...

Very pretty, Jenn! I do LURVE Amy Brown!

XXX

Valerie said...

Beautiful! Love how you made it into Christmas!

Maigan Lynn said...

LOVE it! It would make a beautiful tree ornament! So pretty - love these stamps!

alienanessa said...

What a great job you did, wow! She looks gorgeous, the way you colored her! The way the dress flows in the front, she could double as a pregnant fairy - I have a girlfriend who loves fairies and just became pregnant, so I'm thinking "extra cool"!!

jan farnworth said...

love how you colored your fairy very pretty.

Nina said...

Hi, Jenn! Oh wow, what a beautiful project! Amazing coloring you did, girl! Great job! =)

Shannon said...

This is stunning!!! Love the colors...they just pop.