The latest "Crusade" at Green Pepper Press is to use "portion control". That means - umm - well, you should go to the GPP site to understand what that's all about. This is my response. I stamped a paisley stamp and cut it out to make a stencil. I sponged bright paint colours through the stencil, onto a background of dictionary page (what else?) that had been gessoed. Then I stamped the actual stamp on some tracing paper, coloured bits of it from the back in Sharpie pens, and assembled this.
I finished it in the usual style - flipped open my "cutting up" dictionary and let my eyes fall on a good word. Oooh, "Plashy", that's a nice one.
I got to use the Cropadile too - those silver 'eyelets' are some odd kind of thingy I got in an op shop - they are much shallower than a usual eyelet, and just make a decorative ring. One day I'll find out what they are for really.
I ended up with scraps on the table, and made this too:
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