Monday, 5 November 2018

Craft Stamper Christmas projects


I have a new project, well actually two samples, in the current Craft Stamper magazine which gives a step by step on creating that faux encaustic technique I have been loving using and there's also a follow up post on the Craft Stamper blog to create the simple background and an easel to attach so your project can stand on display. I love using easels on special canvas board cards.

Here are the sneak peeks .....



and the magazine pages .....



If you are reading this in November 18 you have a chance of winning some DecoArt fluid acrylic paints and a pot of the fantastic clear modeling paste being promoted in the magazine and on face book. As you know the DecoArt media range are my go to products and this is a prize well worth winning.

Thanks Trish Latimer and Craft Stamper, I always feel so proud and excited when a piece of my work has been published. 

And to you my fabulous readers -

xxx

9 comments:

Jane said...

Fabulous work Brenda, so many lovely layers and such a wonderful vintage Christmas feel. You should feel very proud of your work, it is beautiful. Congratulations my friend on being published again. Happy November too xxx

Annie said...

Huge congratulations on your publication Brenda xx I am loving the makes shared here, which as always are so inspiring xx

Great Giveaway too xxx

TFS and best wishes
Annie xx

Paper Profusion said...

Very many congratulations Brenda. These projects, as all your artworks, are simply fabulous. Nicola x

Lisa said...

Huge congratulations, Brenda, and so deserved!! Your projects are absolutely amazing and always so inspiring!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Redanne said...

Congratulations Brenda and so well deserved. I loved reading the article to see how you created these beauties. Hugs, Anne xx

froebelsternchen said...

Your projects are always a feast for the eyes! Wonderful ! Big congrats on your publication Brenda! Hugs, Susi

Gina said...

AWESOME! You so deserve the recognition for your fabby creations. I totally love the 3D effect behind the stag's head. You rock the faux Encaustic look :D XXX

Il bello per me home & beauty said...

bravissima, complimenti !

butterfly said...

Congrats on another fabulous magazine spread... your faux encaustic is simply lovely - gently wintry and such soft colours.
Alison x