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Imagine Sunflowers!

A few weeks ago, I was a guest blogger at Club Scrap. I decided at the last minute to film a quick video to go with my post.  I spent the last four years shooting and videoing high school football and baseball games. I will miss doing it and wanted to test out my skills filming my art journal process. I enjoyed it so much, I had to do it again! I have wanted to try this stencil technique for awhile, and I decided to make a video testing it out totally unrehearsed

Gosh I love how this card turned out! It reminds me of a vintage seed packet. Grunge and distress is not my usual style, but taking a new path is an adventure!

“Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we’re curious…and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” ~ Walt Disney

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Club Scrap Sunflowers stencil and digital kit backgrounds. Ranger Texture paste colored with Club Scrap re-inkers (Topaz and Earth) and Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink. Sparkle added with Perfect Pearls and Distress Stickles.

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Sunflower title for video

Do more of what makes you happy!

Wendy

This card was the winner of the Inspired by Color Challenge at DRS Designs
Challenges entered:

Southern Girls Challenge…Anything Goes #141

DRS Designs Thursday Challenge… Inspired By Color 

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Allsorts Challenge Blog…Fabulous Florals

22 thoughts on “Imagine Sunflowers!

  1. The colors and textures look fantastic! I watched the video. Great idea using q tips for sponging, for now I’ve used brushes, but it looks easier to get more color on with your technique.

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  2. Lovely texture on the sunflower! Great video too, such an advantage over static photos to explain the process. Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog.

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      1. I know what you mean. Sometimes I might need a 20 minute tutorial, and sometimes I just need to get the gist of it and I am done and happy!

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