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Forbidden Love

Happy Friday!  Today I have a different kind of Valentine to share.  This poor brave knight wishes to give his love a rose for Valentine's Day, but a dragon has other ideas.

We are partnered this month with Faerie Songs Art Stamps and I have two fabulous dragon stamps to play with. 


I began by using Art Anthology paint on a piece of card stock.  I brushed and tamped the paint onto the paper so that there was a random pattern.  Then I used pigment ink to stamp the dragon and used clear embossing powder to set the ink.  The paint gave him a wonderful color and shine! 


After cutting him off of his cloud, a white Uniball gel pen was used to highlight his eyes and teeth.  Maya Mist paint was sprayed into a paint palette and thin brush was used to paint over his ridged back.  The Maya Mist is shiny and worked well over the other paint.


Scrapbook paper and collage images make up the rest of this Medieval Valentine.  The list is below in the supplies.


Will our brave hero win the heart of the fair damsel?  You and your Valentine decide!!! 


 
 
Supplies used:
Dragon stamps by Faerie Song Art Stamps
Acrylic stamping block
Mists of Avalon collage sheet
Celestial Wonders collage sheet
Mini Images Valentine collage sheet
Unchartered Waters Glitz 8x8 paper pad
Art Anthology paint
Maya Mist paint
Uniball white gel pen
Black card stock
Scor Pal
Glue stick & double sided tape

Comments

  1. love this one!!!! I knew you would knock it out of the park with dragons!

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  2. This is amazing, Robin. Love how you integrated the dragon into the medieval theme!

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  3. The brave hero certainly won my heart. Simply lovely, Robin. ♥

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