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Serving up dragon, three ways

Hi everyone!  Robin here today and I've got a trio of dragon pieces to share with you.  This month Altered Pages has partnered with Faerie Song Art Stamps and the design team has been sharing some great fantasy artwork with you.


I used two very fun dragon stamps from Faerie Song Art Stamps to create a clean-and-simple greeting card, a tag and an ATC. 


There were supposed to be "in progress" photos to share but my computer was mimicking a hungry dragon and ate my camera's memory card!  Here are the completed pieces. I hope you like them.  There is a list of supplies at the bottom of this post.


Greeting card
The dragon on this card was colored with watercolor pencils and a water pen.

Artist Trading Card (ATC)
The map on this ATC is a scrap leftover from another project.  I find ATCs the perfect way to use up random scraps because of their small size.

Altered Tag
It's a shame that the scan can't show you the shine of the dragons on this tag.  The mica in the watercolors is so beautiful.  And the shiny mica chip, Dew Drops and a rhinestone sticker all compliment the dragons very well.


I hope you enjoyed the art I've shared here today.  Stop by tomorrow for more projects and inspiration!

Supplies:
Glitz papers
Tag
Watercolor paint
Watercolor pencils
Waterbrush
Black pigment ink (with clear embossing powder)
Gelatos
Mica chips
Dew Drops
Rhinestone
German Scrap
Double-sided adhesive
Glue stick & Tacky glue
ScorPal
Assorted fibers

Collages:
Ancient Map
Ahoy Matey
Vintage Paper
Color ATC Yellow

 

Comments

  1. I love the dragons... great stamps, wonderful cards!

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  2. Loving all the creativity! Great projects and fun for the eyes.

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  3. Great cards, Robin! Love those dragons!!!

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