Faerie at home

Evening folks! Wow what great makes on PA blog,  have you seen it?  if not follow this link. Liz Borer launched her lovely new stamps. I was lucky enough to purchase one plate and decided to have a play tonight.

I started this tag a couple weeks ago. I distress the edges using crackle glaze and chalk fresco finish acrylic. Once dry I added some grunge paste stenciling using a brick. Next I painted the wall using Brown Shed and Slate all from Paper Artsy. Lastly added some washi tape.

I then threw it in the corner not quite sure what to do with it, until early that was. I used one of Liz's new stamps for the greenery and faerie

and Darcy's bird house and greenery at the bottom.

And all together 

Hope you like it , see you soon

Debs xxx

Deborah Wainwright
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  1. Love it Debs! Brilliant way to use Elizabeth's new stamps and that trailing ivy is so useful I think.

    Lesley Xx

    1. Oh I agree I can see it twining with Darcy's hearts xx

  2. Gorgeous Deborah, love what you did with the new stamps!!

  3. Beautiful Debs! Thought you might have a set of the Faerie stamps, i like Faerie images but am very choosy about their faces and these are not my style. Loving what you have created with them, a a stunning Tag which i think has been complimented perfectly by Darcy's stamps.

    Keep up this type of project you have a gift for it:-) xxx

  4. Great brickwork!! Love how you've used Liz's fairy and also Darcy's... a great tag!!

  5. that should have said and also Darcy's stamp!

  6. Awesome work Deborah, all fantastic and lovely. Jo and Darcy's new stamps are fabulous. xx

  7. Great tag Debs, love your bricks xx


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