Amethyst Fairy-tale

The Amethyst Deceiver mushroom is so very beautiful. When you see the pictures of it, it’s like its from a fairy-tale. Here is a quick link to Google on a search of these mushrooms.  They are just so beautiful!  So, some quick info for ya:  Yes, they are edible, but they are very tiny (1 to 2cm) and really do not have a taste (and they absorb toxins from the ground). This is a great site to read about them.

Mr. Marcella from Power Poppy created this amazing stamp set called Wild Mushrooms.  Her artwork is just amazing.  What I love about this stamp set, is you get to learn about the various mushrooms, color them up so you can remember and she’s added all the necessary highlights so that even if you did simple coloring they still look amazing!

Here is my presentation of the Amethyst Mushroom from her stamp set.  I hope you like.

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Entering these in the following challenges:

Power Poppy Power & Spark – Let’s Go Round & Round

Happy Little Stamper – June Anything Goes with Dies

Dies R Us Challenge – #99 Summertime fun (hunting mushrooms!)

TCP Tuesday – #347 Outdoors

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Frame it


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6 replies

  1. I LOVE this, it has almost a magical feel to it, very beautiful.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge blog.
    Have a great day 🙂


  2. Truly beautiful! Love the soft lavenders of the mushroom against the white & layered onto the lavender behind it. Thanks for joining our “Summertime Fun” challenge at Dies R Us!


  3. I agree, these mushrooms are so unique! You really did them proud! I love the background and the addition of the poppy leaf is perfect! Thanks for another great entry into the Power & Spark Challenge this month!


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