Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Beautiful girls...

More fun using Jane Davenport's faces stamp set...  when I was a little girl, I would have just about died to have these.  Indeed, the night I brought them home, my eight-year-old and I went to town.

These are pretty straight-forward projects. but here are the supplies anyway:
  • Jane Davenport faces stamps by American Crafts inked with Ranger Archival Ink in Jet Black
  • Hair and sentiments doodled with a Faber Castell Pitt
  • Backgrounds watercolored using Dylusions sprays in a mini-palette and a Loew Cornell filbert
    • Colors used include After Midnight, Vibrant Turquoise, London Blue, Lemon Zest, Pure Sunshine, Crushed Grape, Bubblegum Pink, and Funky Fucshia
  • Heishi beads from Africa adhered with Glossy Accents
I plan to share these at Simon Says Monday: Young at Heart... these girls look young to me!  The middle one is modeled after my youngest, and the one on the left looks like my oldest.


  1. Another thing I needed to Google, had to check out what those face stamps look like. You stamp the faces and draw their hair., got it. Not a stamp set for me I believe, they'd be mannequins with the weirdest hair dos (weird in not a good way) but love what you've made with it!

  2. woooww Mimi
    I remember the popular painter..
    and this looks like what they made
    love the images
    love the color you added
    again so artsy and this is my winner card Mimi

  3. This is such a beautiful project! The colors are fabulous. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. :)