Pam is our hostess this week and she has chosen: crushed curry, real red, garden green and for dessert: Christmas Glow (candles, street lamps, moon or sun).
This also fits TLC616 (making snow techniques: sponging and splattering).
Splattered some masking fluid on my panel, let it dry, and then (anticipating where I would place my street lamp) sponged the light. Using masks and sponging, I created the snowdrifts with gray (my neutral). With the masks still in place I stamped the trees from Nature's Friends (sponged the stamp for the first layer, used full strength - stamped in the ink pad - for the second layer), and the light post from On the Town. Of course I felt that it need a bit more snow, so I splattered with diluted acrylic white paint. Rubbed off the masking fluid, stamped the red bird and the sentiment, and popped up the panel with dimensionals.
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I love the snowy scene that you created. The little red bird and the street light add a cute warmth to the entire card. Just lovely! Thanks for joining us at the Mod Squad challenge this week. Merry Christmas and good luck.
Barbara, Mod Squad host.