I have so many different favorite sentiments, but one of them is about indistinguishability. Call me a dreamer or star-gazer, but I would like to believe in it that one day we all going to discover that we are the same, we are all brothers and sisters, it doesn’t matter if we have different skin or hair color, if we have different religions or if we speak different languages. So we all share the one and most important thing: being human.
And as usual I am going to share with you the process of creating my spread. First I made a paper collage from pieces of prints from my drawer.
I colorized my collage with ecoline sand yellow and burnt sienna.
I used The Tweedles from Stampotique Originals to shadow stamp with distress ink on my background. I shaded the sides.
To one side I added my sentiment: we share the same biology regardless of ideology… which is actually from one of Stings oldie goldies (sorry I am not a young chick anymore). Oh and of course I felt I need to add some stitches as well as decoration.
And on the other side I added the Tweedles stamped with archival ink. They stand on a piece of self altered cotton fabric stitched on my page, decorated with washi tape and self rusted embellishment.
I am sharing my spread with Stampotique Designers Challenge: Sentimental.