And to make it extra fun, if you choose to mash it up, use one of the messy techniques like spritzing, smooching, shimmer painting, or splattering with an aquapainter.
So here is the "Mashup" Challenge:
- Make a holiday project using "Non-Holiday Image(s)".
- Or Make a project with a "Messy Technique", such as spritzing, smooching, shimmer painting, or splattering with an aquapainter.
- Or "Mash it Up" and create a "Holiday Project from Non-Holiday Stamps and a Messy Technique".
Holy cow, how is it that this simple card was so freakin' hard? I had an idea, several ideas, right away. I went with the clean card and had to rip it apart three times. One of those iterations, I forgot the spritzing. Isn't that always the way?
Stamps: Elements of Style, Christmas Greetings; Paper: Marina Mist, Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Brushed Silver; Ink: Marina Mist, Marina Mist marker; Accessories: Silver elastic cord, Color Spritzer Tool, Sponge, Circle punches, Northern Flurry EF, Big Shot, Dimensionals.
I got all wrapped up in this challenge and managed a second card, which went better than the first.
I spied the Perfectly Preserved set and thought there must be something I can put in the jar. The pine cones came from the Fall stamp set Autumn Days.
Stamps: Perfectly Preserved, Autumn Days, Sweet Essentials; Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Always Artichoke, Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Frostwood Lodge DSP; Ink: Soft Suede, Always Artichoke marker, Soft Suede marker, Chocolate Chip marker; Accessories: White baker's twine, Festive piercing pack, Square Lattice EF, Perfect Polka Dot EF, Window Frames Collection framelits, Cannery Set framelits, Petal Cone die, Big Shot, Dimensionals.
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