Monday, 11 June 2018

Positive vibes

Hello everyone,

and welcome to my blog where today I have a triptych to show you that I have made with the mad Llama stamp from AALL & Create ! He is so much fun !

Here it is and here is how I made it :

I started off with colouring the Llama three times. I stamped him on Neenah card stock which is ideal for Copics. There is a stamp of a tiny pair of glasses in the set and I stamped it over his eyes. 

Here they are all ready ! I did use some coloured pencil over the bodies as I couldn't seem to get the colour right with  just my Copics. Maybe I have not enough of them... lol 

Here you can see the pieces of grey board I cut with my craft knife/scissors for the triptych. 

A layer of gesso and some collage with book pages and they are ready to go ! 

I chose paints in the same colours as the Llamas' hair. I did add a darker shade of each afterwards...

Here is how that is looking. Next I am stamping and stencilling the background. 
So, I got very carried away and forgot to snap any more photos... sorry

This is the blue Llama. 

the pink....

and lastly, the green. 
I think it came out super cute. The stencilling I did was on the back, you can see it in the photo at the bottom. 

If you are interested in the stamps and stencils, please visit :

you'll find a list of stockists worldwide. 

I used the following stamps:

#102 - Positive vibes
#71 - Natures garden
#92 - Brinley (just the sentiment)
#56 - Vintage Grafitti 
#28 stencil

If you live in the Netherlands and want some of the AALL & Create stuff,  have a look here :

Thank you so much for stopping by today. 


  1. Brilliant love the fabulous backgrounds and fun Llamas image love the glasses
    Carol x

  2. This is so much fun, love it
    Amanda x

  3. That llama stamp is a hoot, and your use of him/her? is pure delight. You crack me up...

  4. I love using the same stamp multiple times in the same project and your triptych here is a perfect example of that! Three llamas with three unique personalities! The brightness of the colors chosen makes this a happy piece. Great job, Corrie! Mwah!