Alice has fallen down the Rabbit Hole and has magically found herself in Winterland!
I created the background with watercolours and I used Indigoblu stamps for Alice and the tree.
I squeezed some glossy accents onto the top of the picture and let it drip down to look like icicles and then shook a generous amount of fine white glitter over the top.
I used glass beads at the bottom of the picture for Alice to stand on, I hope she does not get too cold!
Thank you so much for visiting myself and Alice today we are all mad here ; )
Lost Coast Stamps are holding a wonderful Alice in Winterland challenge, and their Design Team have created some lovely pieces! I would love to enter this into their challenge.
I would also like to enter it into the following challenges.
Fashionable Stamping Challenge Winter or Spring I will let you guess which one I have done : ) Flonzcrafts make some lovely very unique stamps, and I was lucky to be their random winner last month.I am so looking forward to working with their wonderful stamps. I choose a variety of stamps from a Victorian child to a 1950's model - can't wait for them to arrive and share what I make!