Maya Road Sneak Peek 5

Jan 24, 2012

My Love, Dream, Cre­ate, Soar ban­ner is cre­ated using the new Maya Road Flag Ban­ner. This ban­ner comes with two binder rings, four scal­lop pages, four plain pages and mea­sures 4.9″ x 6.2″. It’s the per­fect size for alter­ing. The top of each ban­ner page is accented using the new Vin­tage Rhine­stone Iri­des­cent Dia­mond and Amber Trim. This Trim is amaz­ing!!! It looks just like vin­tage rhine­stone trim I would find in antique stores. Each plain page on this ban­ners is stamped using the new Ornate Frames Clear Stamp Set. I was so happy to dis­cover that the Anti­quated Col­lec­tion ladies and gents fit per­fectly to scale in each frame. The look just like framed vin­tage portraits.

Love, Dream, Cre­ate, Soar are stamps from the Art Jour­nal­ing Words Stamp Set. Each word is stamped onto can­vas and stitched down the mid­dle with a zigzag stitch.

A Wood Vin­tage Doily accents the cen­ter of each plain page that I painted with a Jenni Bowlin Foun­tain Pen Acrylic Paint Dab­ber and then accented with Gold UTEE.

To add pops of color to each ban­ner page I attached a blos­som from the Pump­kin Organza Mum Trim.

To com­plete each ban­ner page I accented them using vin­tage finds I have col­lected from many a trip to flea mar­kets and thrift stores. The metal ice cream spoons are my favorite. I like the con­trast of the aged spoon next to the Vin­tage Trin­ket Antique But­ton Jewel. And the cream pearls accent­ing the top and bot­tom of the Wood Vin­tage Doily adds a soft­ness to the black and gold color scheme as well do the vin­tage shell but­tons. Pearls and but­tons are the per­fect accent for any project!

And if any­one read­ing this blog post is from Som­er­set Stu­dio, I really would like to start writ­ing arti­cles for your magazine.

It’s hard to believe I will be on a plane headed to CA in just a few short days. Guess it’s time to start think­ing about check­ing things off of my To Do list for the trip.

Hugs!

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  • http://cain81art.blogspot.com Linda Cain

    Sim­ply STUNNING!

  • http://www.artbywanda.blogspot.com Wanda H

    Love these!!!

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