Category Archive: Wee Folk

Jul 15

Claritystamp Challenge – A Day Out – Mid Month

Hi, can it be mid month already? We’ve had some wonderful entries for the A Day Out Challenge this month, still time for you to join in if you haven’t. My mid-month sample is one is inspired by one of my favourite days out – a trip to the coast. Oh how I would love …

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Feb 15

Love – Hearts and Flowers

Hello, thanks for dropping by. Today’s post shows another idea for the Clarity Challenge – the theme of which is Love. I painted a MDF heart with gesso and snowflake acrylic paint. Using torn copy paper and stencil brushes, I added hills using Distress Ink peeled paint, the sky was added using Adirondack Stonewashed. The sun is mix of Distress Ink squeezed lemonade …

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Feb 01

Clarity Challenge – Love

Hello Everyone I do hope this finds you well and that January 2016 has been good to you. How are your new year resolutions doing? I never made any – that way I can’t fail to keep them!!! Thank you to everyone who entered January’s challenge, your entries were great, and every month it gets …

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Oct 17

Love Forever

Hello I mentioned in my last blog that I would write up how one of the workshop cards was made. I taped the outer part of the honeycomb square stencil over a piece of stencil card. Using a piece of paper, torn to form hills, I added dusty concord Distress Ink, with a stencil brush, to the base of …

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Oct 08

Clarity Dorset and Hampshire Workshops

Hello On Saturday I ran the first Clarity Dorset Workshop in Christchurch. Ten lovely ladies joined me and we all had fun. Due to a surge in numbers, which I’m very excited by, the venue has moved to one nr Ringwood (full details can be found under the Workshop Tab) and so I’ve renamed the …

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Apr 11

Walk to Recovery

  Hello, today’s card is one I made for someone who is recovering from an operation. They like to spend a lot of time walking their dog, so I thought these particular stamps were perfect. Using the Clarity Mountain and Hill mask I added some hills with Distress Ink Peeled Paint with a Clarity stencil brush. I …

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