13 Arts September Challenge "So Vintage"

Hello! Well today I am sharing another abstract and ephemera creation I have made using my newest collection from 13Arts "Conversations on Trains".

The challenge this month is "So Vintage" so these papers match perfectly!

Rules of the challenge

1. Create a  project based on the mood board (details above).
2. Publish your project on your blog and add link directly to the post using Inlinkz tool at the right side bar.
3. Please add a link and info about our challenge, where your work is published.
4. You may submit as many entries as you like. 
5. You can enter your project with a maximum of 2 other challenges and your work must be new, not published before our challenge has started. 
6. The challenge ends on the 27th of May. Winners will be announced on the 31th of May.
7. Use at least one 13@rts product in your project.

When the challenge ends, our Design Team will vote and pick the best project. It will be Awarded with a giftbag full of 13arts' products (worth about 60 PLN) with free international shipping. The winner will be invited to join us in one of our challenges as Guest Designers. Additionally we will feature a few works with biggest number of points.

I wanted to experiment mixing different colours with the Vintage styled papers. This time around it was Pink and yellow. Two of my favourite colours to combine!

I added some elements of the vintage papers to the abstract canvas and I just love the results I got when I combined the two different styles.

I layered the "Script" stamp over the top after I had gessoed some of the areas .... I am IN LOVE with this stamp. It is now my "go to" script stamp. A must have in every kit.

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I hope you are inspired and have a go at the challenge. Heaps of awesome prizes up foir grabs and so many more inspirational pieces created by our talented design team members.

Thanks for popping in.

Fiona xx

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