I didn't think I was going to get this Inspiration Avenue challenge, given us by Stephanie, finished in time, but I worked most of the night to finish it.
I began by making a diamond stamp using one of my erasers I got at Big Lots last year. Yes, I cut it with my knife, after I measured and used lots of math that I didn't really need and all my triangles that I also didn't need. Live and learn!
Then it was two days of masking and painting and waiting for paint to dry. And that was before I could even start using my new "rubber" stamp.
I made the house out of a wet wipe I painted using various Golden fluid acrylics, then sewed the roof to the house. The wood block, ~8 inches by 8 inches by 1/2 inch was also painted using Golden fluid acrylics.
The little girl is by Paper Whimsey. The scan shows the details. Thanks for this challenge Stephanie, and thanks to everyone at IA for always being so supportive. Be sure to check out the other Harlequin entries that Stephanie and others have posted.
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