Friday, 22 February 2019

More Wings Please

Hello.  Welcome.  I have a little vintage style piece over at the Blank Page Muse blog today featuring this thoughtful man.  The white wings actually belong to the bloke, but I decided to get arty and splash them around.  Never be afraid to fussy cut bits off your image for a totally new look.  I have even been known to take scissors to stamps and rearrange them, but that's another story........

I used three Blank Page Muse stamps on this piece, Vintage Steampunk Gentleman with Wings, Steampunk Pocket Watch with Wings, and the sentiment Be Brave.  The stencil is from That's Crafty and is called Random Ovals.  Do hop over to the blog for all the details and leave me a little love so I know you passed by.  Thanks for visiting.  Hugz

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Joining the fun at
Mod Squad Challenge - Brand Name Clear or Rubber Stamps
Dream in Darkness
Frilly and Funkie - Let Me Count The Ways used 3 stamps
Creative Fingers Challenge 158 - Anything Goes


  1. Another fabulous make, Gail! This is a stunner, and I love how the image of the man pops against that classy background, Jo x

  2. A fabulous card. I like how you used the wings separately. That was a great idea. I like the sentiment, it would be perfect for someone going through some drastic changes in life. Thanks, for sharing.

  3. Nice look ~thank you for linking up at Mod Squad

  4. Love how you used the wings, gives an entirely different look. The stenciled backdrop is perfect for your thoughtful man. Thank you for joining the Frilly and Funkie challenge

  5. Powerful use of threes on your card, Gail! Using the wings multiple times leads your eye around your gorgeous design. Thank you so much for sharing your artwork with us at Frilly and Funkie! Hugs!

  6. Lovely work. Thank you for joining the challenge at Creative Fingers. Hope to see you again next time.


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