A Challenge – A Paper Crown

Here is my answer to Laura’s Paper Crown Challenge on her blog, Layers of Color.  This week’s challenge was to create a paper crown using at least one rubber stamp.  I started with a sheet of Fabriano Water Color paper then used two rubber stamps with black StazOn ink.  I punched out the holes in the bottom with a paper punch and then painted over the whole piece with Golden Quinacridone Magenta (I dabbed off some of the paint while it was wet to add some depth).  I used lime green tissue paper glued to the back of the crown to show through the holes and then used a white Sharpie poster pen to paint white dots outlining some of the black stamping.  I attached a ribbon with three stripes of green using my sewing machine and a zig zag stitch.  I then sprayed the whole thing with gold glitter and then added pink silk ribbon to the crown points for a more feminine touch.  Enjoy!!

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8 Responses to A Challenge – A Paper Crown

  1. filetta says:

    Oh ! it’s a wonderful crown ! which work ! great

  2. Tammy Eury says:

    Love the crown.


  3. kreativgeschwafel says:

    really wonderful!

  4. This is great, I’ve always wanted a crown to wear while I create. Maybe i’ll try my hand at making one.

  5. Laura says:

    Oh, what a fabulous creation you’ve made! Wasn’t it fun!! Your crown is so fresh and colorful! I’m absolutely delighted you joined us this week!

  6. Heather W. says:

    I really like how you accented the crown with all the white dots! This is beautiful-I like it!

  7. I love the bright colors and the pattern you used! Very Royal. Well done, thank you for bring such wonderful inspiration to our challenge!


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