The color challenge was either or both plums, artichoke & sahara sand.
I found this peice of shaving cream marbled peice with the plums, so I experimented with it today and this is what I came up with. There's dazzling diamonds on the snowman's hat, but my 2-way glue had pink marker on the tip, so his hat kinda matches the c.s. and is sparkly! Sometimes mistakes turn out better :)
I would've put liquid applique on the snowy ground, but I don't have that. If anyone knows a technique that gives white texture without having L.A., please let me know! :) thanks
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 GMT Views: 741
Registered: February 7, 2006 Location: Out West Posts: 24449
Tue, Sep 19, 2006 @ 9:56 PM
REally cute little hedgehogs with your snowman. TFS
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Registered: April 2, 2004 Location: Boise, ID Posts: 5887
Tue, Sep 19, 2006 @ 11:44 PM
So adorable! I love those hedgies!! About the texture, I've noticed (the amazing) Kittie747 will apply white craft ink with a sponge dauber and then emboss over it, also in white...I think. Anyway it looks awesome!
Registered: April 5, 2005 Location: AZ Posts: 4490
Wed, Sep 20, 2006 @ 12:01 AM
This is cute. I like the hat.
You can also use spackle (the kind you fill holes with on your walls), artists cement (same stuff as spackle, but more costly for less of it) or you can use texture paint in the paint section at Wal-Mart or JoAnns. I haven't done it the way Christina has, however, we used to use the spackle when I worked at the scrapbook store.