Lydia's Mix-Ability challenge for us this week is to create a free-form design using circles. I did that......... and then I covered it up!
My background panel is watercolor paper, and I used my favorite homemade chipboard circle stencil for the first layer of color. I spritzed water through it so I had a bunch of fun wet circles, then dropped ink into the circles and let the colors blend and bleed as they were drying. I used Gelatos to create another layer of circles, which I spritzed and blended with my finger. After that I brushed white paint over the panel randomly.
When the panel was dry, I ran it through my Big Shot with a Darice embossing folder.
This sweet summer image and the sentiment are coming soon from Impression Obsession!
I used Touch Twin Markers to color in the image. My card also fits this week's Die Cut Stencil and Sand challenges - yay! I used Flower Soft to add some sandy texture to the corner, and modeling paste and glitter for the waves.
Date: Friday, June 20, 2014 GMT Views: 1110
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Fri, Jun 20, 2014 @ 8:16 AM
Super, Dina! Wonderful background of circles in fab colors. I was working with Flower Soft for sand yesterday....lots of sand. Didn't look so good and into the trash it went. Of course, yours looks great.
Love the sentiment.
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Fri, Jun 20, 2014 @ 10:06 AM
Your cards are so amazing. Your instructions are always great, but you incorporate so many interesting techniques that I give up...no one can make a real "Dini" card. I love the dry embossed bkg and your colored image is fantastic. Great colors too.