Thursday, December 06, 2012

Impression Obsession DT Challenge: Celebrating the Holidays

The Impression Obsession team's challenge today is to create a card with a holiday theme.

I used acrylic paints on my card... the background is several layers of paint and stamped collage images. I watered down some white acrylic paint and loaded my brush, then tapped it against my desk to create the larger splatters of paint. The smaller dots were made with a small stylus.


Stamps I used: Snow Happy clear set (Snowman and sentiment), French Letter

Here's a closer look!

Be sure to check out these other designers' blogs for inspiration -

Daniela @ For the First Time
Jeanne @ Inky Paws
Jenny @ One Krafty Kat
Julie @ Out to Impress
Kittie @ Kittie Kraft
Laura @ Laura's Stamp Art Journal
Vicki @ Summerthyme Studio

Remember you can enter these challenges too, using your Impression Obsession stamps! See the I.O. blog for all the details - you might even win a $25 gift certificate!! We'd love to have you join us.
Thanks for stopping by!
P.S. Paint Splatters are the thing for this month's challenge over at Designed to Color - you still have time to enter, if you feel like getting a little messy! I entered the drawing over at the Paper Loft too!

10 comments:

Sandra said...

beautiful Dina!
Sandra ltb

Daniela Dobson said...

Beautiful!

Patti J said...

Cute as can be!

Sherri said...

i would never have thought of using lavender, but this is just gorgeous! Who would have thought! Very creative!!

Craftyfield said...

Brrrr... I feel the snow flurries from here ! Love the paint effects.

Katie said...

Wonderful artwork! I love this snowman in the midst of a blizzard! Wonderful painting! Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

lisa808 said...

Magical!

Ellen said...

Beautifully done Dina! The flurry of snow is amazing!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wonderful scene! I love the painting and love the colors!

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

I REALLY love this one ! The background is so beautiful and turns the snowman into artwork. Beautiful work Dina. Shirley