I decided to make a Flower Tree of sorts, which uses yellow as the main component.
To start off with, I painted a cone with a layer of Gesso and yellow acrylic paint.
Next, I used a gel medium to adhere paper scraps to the cone in a random pattern.
After that, I added some lace, which I colored with Distress Ink, and I punched out some hydrangea flowers, which I hung from metal hangers using embroidery floss. I hung the hangers from the lace on the tree. I also stamped on a sentiment and dabbed Distress Ink onto other parts of the tree.
I made the base using a bamboo skewer, which I planted into a spool of yarn and adorned with scalloped circles. It turned out to be a fun and therapeutic tree project that didn't require any digging or weeding!
I used the following fabulous supplies from Simon Says Stamp for my creation:
What a wonderful time of year and what an equally wonderful theme! What magic will you create with yellow as your inspiration? Upload your masterpieces to the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog for your chance to win a $50 voucher to the Simon Says Stamp store.