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Inspirational #112: Color in the lines
Deadline for submitting your projects is Wednesday, March 26th at 11:59 PM US Central time.
Drea here with Inspirational #112: Color in the lines. Have fun with your stamping and color in the lines using markers, inks, chalks, paints, colored pencils, stickles, etc.
For complete Inspirational Rules, please read them here.
I scrapped these photos of Eagle Falls in Lake Tahoe, to compliment the Majestic Mountain stamp set.
I started by stamping my image using 3 different colors of ink. Then I used chalk to color in the mountains, rocks, and sky. I used Stickles (stardust) on the snow and waterfall and (lime green) for the centers of the flowers.
The larger flowers were stamped with the nothing is better stamp. I used brown chalk for the centers and then embossed the speckle background over it for some texture. The smaller flowers were stamped using pressed flowers, and "eagle" was stamped using distressed typewriter bet.
Paula-Kay got real creative with this cute card that she made using the becca cling mount stamp!
Fabulous coloring, and those raindrops are the perfect touch!
We can't wait to see how you color in the lines! Happy Stamping!
I hope you are inspired by my Inspirational this week and link up a newly created project to this post by the deadline! We look forward to seeing what you create!
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Inspiration projects - After each Inspirational, the Inspiration Team will choose three projects from those submitted via the link-up tool below which we think best reflect the theme of the Inspirational.
Each artist whose project is chosen receives a special Inspiration Badge they can display on their blog - and we'll showcase these projects each Monday following the end of the Inspirational!
Luvin' both these super inspirational creations.ReplyDelete
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