03 September 2013

I'm learning to fly! ~ Altered envelope

Happy, happy, happy! I am delighted to be returning from absence to join the Design Team. Special thanks, to Vicki and the whole team for putting up with me being missing! Life has been throwing quite a few curve balls this year.. another month and I should be out the other side! Too much going on to be away any longer though!!

Those who are regular visitors to my blog can't help but notice the excitment going on over at Stampotique Originals with TONS of FABULOUS new fall releases.. all of which will be arriving in the UK very soon and making their way up to Pocklington!

I am very, very privileged to already own some of the NEW designs and couldn't wait to ask Vicki if I could showcase some of them for her knowing what a FANTASTIC stock of them she carries over at the shop A sprinkle of imagination

Today, I am sharing an altered envelope.. I've been making these for just over 12 months now and always love how they turn out. My daughter has quite a collection!!


 Products used:

Blank envelope
Bubble wrap (for background texture)
Black Micron pen - see below

NEW STAMPS from STAMPOTIQUE ORIGINALS
(Available for Pre-order)
I'm learning to fly (2426J)
Hamlet of Halloween (6171J)
(Stars) from the Design Cube (10012R)


Here is the reverse side of my envelope.


More acrylic paint, stamps used are Enjoy today (7319) and Carol's flower, small (9166) from Stampotique Originals. I coloured the flowers using Derwent Inktense pencils and a black Sakura Pigma Micron Pen for outlining.

Many thanks for calling and leaving a comment if you get the chance Happy creating, Gez

3 comments:

Magda Polakow said...

Oh, Gez, it's a fab project! And Hamlet!!! <3

Sandy said...

Your altered envelope is really wonderful!
sandy

Gez Butterworth said...

Thank you Magda & Sandy xX