Stephanie with you today for my first official permanent DT post with The Greeting Farm and I'm so honoured to be here! Of course, I was never far far away, but I'm so excited to share with you my passion *ahem obsession* for TGF :-)
And the project I'm showing you today is nowhere near small... I mean, we were all completely mad with the Mad Hatter exclusive kit, right?! I know, I know, it's not available any more, but you could be on a waiting list and get first dibbs when rereleased! Just contact Marie through the store site and she'll happily write your name down! Which brings me to say that whenever you receive news of a preorder for a special kit, don't think twice and GET IT! Lesson learned :-P
I couldn't help it, when I first saw this kit a few months ago, I went completely crazy and had to do something special with it, Alice in Wonderland being one of my favourite tales of all times. I just love how whimsical the characters look with their hats and fancy outfits. And since I wanted to use them all into one project, I went with a mini-album concept that folds and unfolds panels, creating little "scenes" for each one. It closes with a very large ribbon, so that there'd be "space" for every scene to have a bit of dimension.
Isn't it colourful enough? I find it so cheery! I stamped all the images with pale ink, so that once coloured with my Copic markers, it would look like a no-line colouring, adding a soft look effect to the whole thing.
Some inked panels matching the girls' hair!
And last but not least, some elements from the stamp kit were also used to create my own pattern paper, like the tea pot and cups, or sentiments.
I hope you like this kind of projects, as I intend to do more on videos in future posts! Until then, xxx