The background is white gesso, Inktense ink and white acrylic paint with touches of black paint pen. I used Distress Ink through stencils and some stamping for the border.
And here it is...the final letter...
It's been great fun to join in with the dictionary challenge this year. I've enjoyed looking at how everyone has interpreted the letters and a BIG thank you to everyone who has visited this blog and left such lovely comments. Looking forward to the New Year and a new challenge. xxx
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish paint: snowflake
Archival Ink: jet black
Joanna Sheen: Jayne Netley Mayhew penguins
Distress Ink: faded jeans
PaperArtsy stencil: PS031
Love your wee Penguins great word for the letter P. xReplyDelete
Fabulous end to the year - love your penguins. Happy New YearReplyDelete
Your penguins are adorable. I like how you have it standing at the foot of a very tall and snow covered mountain. I enjoyed the stenciled border, too. Have a lovely New Year, Claire.ReplyDelete
What a lovely Penguin scene. The stencilled border is perfect to frame this lovely wintery piece of art. Love it.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year.
Beautiful page to end with. Thank you for joining the Craft Barn Alpha/Dictionary challenge and inspiring me to get that stamp set out - I too have that set and never used it. lol! Wish you a Happy, Crafty, New Year xxReplyDelete
Just love your page, I have a huge collection of penguins of various materials so your page is just perfect.ReplyDelete
Have great 2017
What fabulous penguin stamps, and I love how you have framed them. Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
How cute are these penguins! A good thing the stamp set was re-discovered and put to good use... A great final page illustrating to perfection the ice sheet. Happy new year!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous penguin stamps beautifully coloured and I love the background they are on.ReplyDelete
A fabulous finale to the Alpha Challenge. The background for the adorable penquin stamps is amazing. Wishing a you a happy crafty 2017.ReplyDelete