Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Imagination is boundless ...

Hi Everybody :)
Do you ever have this special feeling, when creating, that you suddenly come straight into a kind of parallel, boundless world ? That you cross an invisible frontier, and then, following an unexpected process, you suddenly catch THE idea, and create THE project that was hidden somewhere, in your mind ?

I am an instinctive stamper : I quite never follow a sketch, or copy somebody else's creation. My stamping process is like a messy road, full of surprise (even for me :)
So, when I sit down at my stamping table, I often feel like this woman ...

... But, don't worry, I NEVER stamp naked ;)

3rd coast credit stamps :
CO 236 M - Mountain stronghold
FA 250 H - Stone with cross
FA 228 D - Gilbert Gargoyle
FA 230 D - Godfrey gargoyle
CH 715 I - Partial brick wall
AP 504 G - Archer Centaur
FA 211 H - Philippa
Foliages are a part of the ‘VB 227 N - Holiday bunny’ stamp

Stamps from other companies :
Iron grid comes from Prima marketing
Sentiment comes from Stampers Anonymous
Patches of grass : unknown

This was my last artwork as a DT winter coterie member. You can't imagine how happy I've been to share my creations with you, during these past 6 months, on this blog, among so many talented women.
I wish you lots of good things, good luck, good inspiration,
and a very good day :)


Anesha said...

Wow Sandra this is stunning. It was a pleasure to be on the team with you. Your creations are just stunning. :)

Kathi said...

Another fabulous scene! I love your scenes and your wonderful artwork.

It's been such fun being on the team with you, but I plan to continue to visit your blog on a regular basis!

Susan Shuler said...

Wow!! Another awesome scenic creation. I love the way your imagination creates such fabulous projects.

It has been wonderful working on the Third Coast Coterie design team with you and all of the other fantastically talented designers.

VicR said...

This is a really cool scene.
You'll be missed. I've enjoyed your Fun, and inspiring style of stamping.

Stempelientje said...

How I adore this scene!It is lovely and quirky at the same time.Well done!