Joan Ervin gave us a new technique to stamp with water. Her tutorial gives all the details. My attempt was not so successful since you can't see the tree stamped with water, but it is there! : ) I used that old spattering technique of using a toothbrush and watered down acrylic paint for the snow. The whole card has a shimmery look that does not show up either. Are you getting the idea that this is NOT the most successful card in the world?!
The CAS challenge was to use these colors today.
Date: Monday, November 8, 2010 GMT Views: 11915
Registered: May 23, 2003 Location: Ontario, Oregon Posts: 8887
Mon, Nov 08, 2010 @ 7:48 AM
Don't know what you were trying to achieve, in my opinion you knocked this one out of the ballpark! It's gorgeous and I don't care what you didn't do, I'm impressed with what you DID do with this card. Lovely, lovely, lovely!!!!
Registered: September 26, 2008 Location: columbus, ohio Posts: 64
Mon, Nov 08, 2010 @ 8:05 AM
This card captures everything beautiful about snow.... you did a great job...
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Registered: January 7, 2007 Location: Southern California Posts: 36668
Mon, Nov 08, 2010 @ 8:40 AM
I think you knew what was in my head originally. How did you do that? This rocks. Just gorgeous. Mine ended up taking an entirely different direction, but I may go back and try to CASE this in some simple way. Love it, Sallie.
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