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Toadstool wood

Hello again its April and ….Yes it’s that time of the month again! Time for a Creative challenge at Lavinia stamps. Congratulations to last month’s winner . Up for grabs this month is £40 of LS vouchers. The new theme is ‘ Mushroom magic’ … time to get out some old favourites!

To get those creative juices flowing I’ve created this project which has a video tutorial linked below.

I used the following stamps:


Jasmin & Sebastian’s House

You can watch the video here:

I hope you like the project. It’s amazing how an ink scrap can inspire a whole picture! I’m also really enjoying using my pan pastels again. I would encourage you to have a go!

It is of course Easter this coming weekend. I purposely chose the bunnies for my picture. I realise now that the addition of Bodwin the owl may have added a sinister element!…. but please be assured that all creatures are of course friends in Fairyland!

I wish you a happy and peaceful holiday and hope you get some time to create something magical!

Don’t forget to check out the fabulous samples from the rest of the team for more inspiration and of course our friendly Facebook group

Good luck in the challenge.

Till next time…

Lisa xx

13 thoughts on “Toadstool wood

  1. This took my breath away when I scrolled up! Absolutely amazing and I want to try this one but could not find the video link in the e-mail? Will it be on the website/blog? I am really inspired to have a go! Thank you so much for your amazing pieces of artwork, they really speak to the heart and soul and Iove them. Hope you and yours have a lovely Easter too and stay safe and well, kind regards, Barbara Barraclough.

  2. Oh my goodness, this is amazing!! I just bought a few Lavinia stamps and will have to have a go. I don’t have any mushrooms but will improvise 😉
    Happy Easter
    Lols xx

  3. over watching your video and how you put together all the beautiful layers on your creation.

  4. I could’n see my comment to proofread, until was posted. I meant to say I loved watching your video.:)

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