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Monday, 7 March 2016

The New Lavinia Stamps Challenge is now live!

Good afternoon Lovelies.

THE CHALLENGE IS NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES!

Win £40 worth of Lavinia Stamps products in our Monthly Creative Challenge!

Produce your design with the emphasis on the use of colour, as the title says – “ANY COLOUR GOES”, but use it creatively.

UPLOAD

Just go to the “MONTHLY CHALLENGE” tab on the Lavinia Stamps Facebook page, Then get your friends to vote for their favourite entries by clicking "Like".

WINNERS

The top 20 entries receiving the most votes (likes) will be short-listed to go before the judging panel who will select a winner on the basis of style and creative use of colour.

The winning entry and the top twenty short-list will be announced and displayed on our website and Facebook Page, 7 days after the Challenge ends at the end of the month.

So, best of luck everybody…!

Please check out the rules here

> Meet the Design Team: http://laviniastamps.com/blog/the-design-team/

Here are few of my creations:

My first is a small 4"X"4 canvas, I started by spraying with Dylusions inks and realised they were way too strong for what I wanted to do, so I painted white Gesso over the top and quite liked how it looked.

My second creation is using the fab Pegasis from the Celtic Dies which I mounted onto Yupo paper which I coloured using Alcohol inks and blending solution, bit of Stickles glue gel to highlight the wings and leaves.

I will be sharing a few more tomorrow, have a great day xx Zoe xx

 

4 comments:

Wendy McCarthy said...

Lovely projects Zoe! Love the soft colours on your pretty canvas, so sweet! Xx

pam said...

Gorgeous makes Zoe, love your canvas, beautiful soft colours and stamping.
Pam x

Susan said...

Zoe, I love that first canvas so much and tried to find the stamp you used on the Lavinia website but couldn't - what is the name of it and how do I find it? Thanks, Susan

Susan said...

Thanks, Zoe, for replying about that stamp - I thought it was all one image with the stars around it as part of the dandelion image! Love how you did that!