Hello, LCD fans.
Today I want to show you my last contribution for this month.
It is for the Myth and Magic challenge.
Well I think this winged girl is very magical.
And here is a description of how I made her.
Watercolor paper 14cm x 20 cm,
Stazon timber brown, Distress ink, antique linen, seedless preserves, spiced marmalade, peacock feathers, broken china. Prima marketing vintage pastels watercolor paint. Distress glaze. Black cardstock.
A mask or stencil.
Nuvo aqua shimmer.
I started stamping the winged girl with stazon timber brown. Then with a finger with distress glaze around the stamp, only the outside edge. Then colored the winged girl with the watercolor paint. When it was completely dry I applied the entire stamp with a layer of distress glaze. I sponged the border around the stamp with Distress ink antique linen. Then placed the mask or stencil on the paper and go over it with a sponge with distress glaze.Then you take the 4 distress ink colors and rub some of them on your craft sheet. Spray a little bit of water on it and put your paper on it. You don't have to worry about your image, the distress glaze works as a resist. Let it dry well and matte with black cardboard.
Give the wings, dress and hairband a little bit off aqua shimmer. Have fun and join our challenge at