I rarely do more than one post in a day, but I decided to stamp a little this morning and do today’s Color Challenge on Splitcoast.  The challenge today is monochromatic stamping.  How could I resist that challenge?  Of course, I’m still playing and if you can’t guess, I’m lovin’ this faux bleach technique!

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The image was stamped and embossed, and then background was misted with different combinations of distress pearlized mists.  I even sprayed the background panels with the mists, but it’s a little hard to see in the photo.  It’s really glittery in real life . . . as are my fingers!  I even added a little Pearl Perfect Pearls on the sun to turn it into a moon!

  • Stamps: KK Originals Trees Collection Serene Sunrise SKU:42-06 KK from Rubbernecker Stamp Company
  • Paper: White Shipping Tag; Prism Tawny Medium and Dark
  • Ink: Tsukineko VersaMark; Ranger Scattered Straw, Dried Marigold and Vintage Photo Distress
  • Accessories: Ranger Mini Misters, Pearl and Gold Perfect Pearls, Perfect Medium, Super Fine Detail Clear EP, Inkssentials Blending Tool; Spellbinders Plain and Scalloped Rectangle Nestabilities; Iron; Brads; Ribbon

Don’t forget to check out the Treasure Hunt at Rubbernecker today.  I’m also offering a chance to win some Rubbernecker Gift Certificates in my earlier post today.

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