This time the rules were a little different, as were the supplies. Stamps were added (use at least one), a shade card with 3 to 5 colours (again, use at least one), some substrates (use it, add it to something else, cut it..) and some embellishments.
Here's what came in my #3up package...
|Stamp sets crowns and Castles SICC6 and SICC8|
|TAGS, TAGS, TAGS, 2 die cut from corrugated card,|
two from white card, two Manilla Tags
3 sheets of beautiful Smoothy Heavy Weight white stamping card
"castles /shields / kings & queens / fairytale ".
|Bricks & Mortar SIBM4|
|Ding & Dong SID1|
|Once upon a time .....|
|.... in a land.....|
So here's the "Fairy Tale" book..
|Grunge paste tinted with Fresco paint|
|Fleur de lys|
The fleur de lys was stamped in archival directly onto Fresco paint, then coloured.The "belly band" is a piece of grunge paper cut to size and covered with home-made "Washi tape". Micropore, Fresco paints stamped with Library green Archival. The edges were finished with Emerald, Ruby and Renaissance Treasure Gold.
|Home-made Washi tape|
|inside of covers|
I mounted the shield on a hinge so that when lifted it revealed another shield. We're all raising our chalices (glasses of G&T) this month to celebrate....
|Happy 10th Birthday PA!!|
Flip over the tags and you'll find photos of Mr & Mrs PA! The King & Queen, not of America, but of Creaseys Farm, Essex, and of course UK stamping!
|King and Queen|
to everyone at PA Castle HQ
... and thanks again for another opportunity to play!