Amazing Treasure

“Amazing Treasure”

A friend of mine recently went on holiday and road tripped all over the lower eastern US. One of her stops along the way was in Georgia and the famous Wormsloe Plantation. A few movies have been filed here in this enchanted area such as the famous “Run Forest Run”.


I thumbed through a ton of papers looking for the right paper, I came across the Pion collection and thought I could make this work.


I pulled the music notes in from the paper and used a stencil to add more music notes.


I had fun with this background. I actually sponged on some Lindy’s spray to keep the color controlled on the paper.


“Oak Avenue” is an amazing treasure to our history, to mother nature and for all who get to see and experience this natural wonder.


Photo Credit: Daric Johnson/Baylee Kennedy

Thank you for stopping by today.


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Pain Designs: My Precious Daughter: Images, Pansy, Syringa, Borders, TAges

Prima Marketing Inc: Magnolia Trims, Clear Stamps Lace & Doily, Cling Stamps, Almanac, Art Alchemy Metallique Black Berry, Art Basics Light Paste, Color Blooms Iris, Color Blooms Emerald, Color Blooms 2 Sugar Plum, Color Blooms 2 Golden Oregano.

Petaloo by FloraCraft: Mini Daisy Petites Soft Lavender, Dahlias Tea-stained Purple, Burlap Birds nest Flower Lavender.

13@rts: Always the Music Stencil, Ayeeda White Ink.

Crafty Chipboard : Mini Word Set 1.

Tim Holtz Distress Ink Dusty Concord.

Versfine Onyx Black.

Stampin’ Up: Pretty Pines Thinlits.

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4 Responses to Amazing Treasure

  1. Torsa Saha says:

    It’s stunning!! What a beautiful layering and composition!! loved it my dear friend ❤️

  2. Wow…this is soooo soft and beautiful! I absolutely love it! 😉 Thanks so much for playing along with Berry71Bleu this month! 😉

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