I went on line to see if I could find anything suitable and came across his Kelsmcott Tree print and instantly knew that was to be my inspiration piece.
I used distress ink Forest Moss , then overstamped with Pine Needles and using s paint brush picked up the residue of the ink left on the stamp to fill in the the background. I used a sizzix die cut for the window and coloured the tree panel with distress markers and promarkers. I then adhered to a panel of cardstock which picked out the mauve colour on the birds.
The flower just happend to be sitting on my desk as it was a reject from an earlier project and matched the mauve panel perfectly, though the photo shows it as being more of a blue colour. The sentiment is a Wow clear stamp.
Entering into the following:
Frilly and Funkie: William Morris Style.
Moving Along with the Times: The birds and the bees.
Pixie's Crafty Workshop: Use your snippets( reject flower made orignially from snippets).
One Crazy stamper: Anything Goes.
Great Impressions: Going Green.