Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Star Light, Star Bright SDC131

It's Wednesday which can mean only one thing, it's a new challenge theme at Stampotique Designers Challenge blog and this week my fellow teamie Sam is our hostess and here is what she has to say:

"I don't know one person who doesn't enjoy looking at the stars. Stars fill us with a sense of fascination and wonderment. Earliest societies mapped and traced stars. The speed of light is 186,000 miles per second and because stars are so distant, many of them millions of light years away means we look in to the sky from the distant past. Therefore I am inviting you to use stars in your creation this week, as the main image or as an accent. I can't wait to see what you make, have fun!"

I was given this wooden star shape by Tracy Evans a while ago. I had been waiting for the chance to use it and it was perfect for this challenge. I used paint, gesso and stencils for the background, the image and flowers are stamped and coloured onto vintage book paper and added to the star using bees wax, which gives them a lovely aged look and makes the star smell lovely.

I used the following stamps

Please check out the BLOG for details of how to join the challenge and for how you can possibly win $30 of Stampotique vouchers.

Hope you have a lovely day, Carol x


*Arwen* said...

Awesome! It's so beautiful :)

xx Arwen

Sue OConnell said...

love the project and colour scheme

Samantha Read said...

Love your star Carol, how yummy is the beeswax smell :) xx

Claudine Criner said...

Really nice project, loving the star and the colors

Kaz said...

Love your star Carol, gorgeous xxx

Kay Wallace said...

You are a super star in the creativity world today, Carol! Love all you elements, but especially your small flowers ala beeswax! Well done! Mwah!

Corrie Herriman said...

Like your project a lot, Carol. Great colours !
Corrie x

Jools Robertson said...

Love the shape, colours patterns and Stampotique Character