Hi everyone! I still can’t believe that I am writing this blog post. My name is Cristina González Muñiz, but maybe you know me by my blog name, Sementes de Papel (paper seeds). I am from Santiago de Compostela (St. Jacques) in the North of Spain. It usually rains a lot here (I am living in one of the most rainy cities of the sunny Spain LOL), so I love to spend time in my home, coloring beautiful stamps with my copics while my sons study or play together.
Since I met Amanda faeries I started to loving them, I found her eyes with a sweet, infinite look, but today I have to show you not a faery, a beautiful mermaid instead with the same infinite look as her sisters faeries. Let me introduce you to the misterious Lahla Mermaid.
I have made a canvas with sea topics. I find her beautiful over her rock with the lighthouse in the background.
Isn’t her hair lovely? But pay attention of the detailed tail too: you will have a lot of fun coloring the folds.
I decided to print a wide image in order to enjoy the details. And I worked the background with mixed media technics, over a canvas cardboard.
A beautiful 7Dots paper (Verano Azul collection), gesso, stencils, gelatos, inka gold, die cuts and some seahorse like Lahla friends. For more details on the materials I used to create my canvas, please, pop along to my blog
My Copic palete has been as vibrant as I could.
I hope you like it! And really, it has been my pleasure. Hoping to come back again!