Hello there crafty friends,
I have a 2 page spread in my 5X8 Dylusions journal to share with you today.
I would like to enter this into the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: A Bit O’ Green.
Yesterday, I was in the mood for green! So I got out my “Ranger 3pk Gel Printing Plates.” I used the 3 1/2 x 7 plate and added Dylusions paint in “Cut Grass,” to it and stamped it with a rubber stamp that says “May the road rise up to meet you…” I then stamped it with 2 different clover stamps, then placed it in my journal. I then realized duh… the words come out backwards when done that way. So I used black ink and stamped over the sentiment once dry. For the right side of the book: I used the same Gel plate but added 3 different green Dylusions paint: Chopped Pesto, Dirty Martini, and Cut Grass. I stamped onto that with the smaller clover stamp and stamped off onto the left side of the book. Because, I had too much paint on my Gel Plate it didn’t give much of an impression to the page once I applied the Gel Plate.
The words: Spring and March 2020 I cut from a woman’s clothing magazine that had just arrived yesterday. The Green drink I cut from an older People magazine. It was just so green I had to cut it out and use it for my AJ page. The egg in the circle is a sticker from Graphic 45 collection “Botanical Tea.” The Go Green stamp is from Unity, that was sent to me from a “grab bag.”
While looking through my collection of magazines I saw that “The Queen of Green” and cut it out. Then looking through an entirely different magazine I found that image of the Queen of England!! WOW!! Right!! And what’s trippin’ amazing to me is that she is in GREEN!! WOW!! She had some words on her chest that I decided to cover with one of Tim Holtz Ephemera butterflies. The 2 cut out clovers are from that woman’s clothing mag. The circle butterfly, Tea Party, and the green scallop at the top is from Graphic 45 “Botanical Garden” collection.
My Jane Davenport, “Sun Flower Journal” die cut flower, was cut with neon green card stock, the stem and leaves were cut out of 2 different colors of green card stock.
I had fun getting green! Thank you for stopping by today. Thank you for your comments.
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