2016-120 – Camellia Mandala

Camelia by stamping-fantasies.blogspot.com
Camelia by Stamping-Fantasies.blogspot.com

New Week::New Theme: April Showers Bring May Flowers

English stamper and cardmaker, Brenda of Stamping-Fantasies, captured this beautiful shot of a camellia from within her garden. It amazes me how perfectly Mother Nature creates such beauty. I love the shape, color and flair of this blossom. I’m especially intrigued by the darker pink lines within each petal. It’s giving me an idea for a future mandala.

About herself, she delightfully states:

My cardmaking addiction started many, many years ago and from the start I was drawn to rubber stamping, the obsession grew as I discovered new techniques such as brayering, inking and masking and I have a particular love of silhouette stamps and distress inks. I also have a fascination with skys and creating scenes and there are not many which don’t feature a moon or sun. I’m not naturally artistic and cant’ draw for toffee, but I do love colour and experimenting with colour palettes which to some might be a bit ‘off the wall’.

She generously offers tutorials for cardmaking projects on her web site.

Inspiration For Today

From FlowerMeaning.com they state:

The camellia flower speaks to the heart and expresses positive feelings. It’s most common meanings are:

  • Desire or Passion
  • Refinement
  • Perfection & Excellence
  • Faithfulness & Longevity

Brenda’s camellia encourages us to connect with what we truly desire and then take one small step towards achieving it…bringing the energy of desire into form.

Happy Coloring!

If you would want your mandala or your idea for a mandala to be considered for the “Mandala of the Day”, read about how on the Participate page. It’s easy! Or recommend one you’ve seen via my Contact page.

www.TheMandalaLady.com

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