Hello there and welcome to join our new 

This week we want you to show us a lot of 
Sprinkles and Splatters

Remember you can become a lucky winner of $50
and spend it in the Simon Says Stamp Store!

I really love sprinkles and splatters and use them a lot in my projects. 
This challenge was for me so easy, I guess you love to get messy, too. 

I totally forgot to make pictures of the process making of my main panel
but it's really easy part: just stamp and emboss the Inventor 3 (thanks, Beata!)
in black on the kraft tag and then just play with some Distress Oxide Inks 
until you're happy with the result. Finally just splatter it all 
with gold and white paint and color the upper part of the dummies. 

The layer behind the kraft is the one I made a pic of before hide it beneath.
I cut a tag slightly bigger than my kraft one and glued 
the Botanical Collage Paper with gel medium. 
I also applied a thin layer of it on top.
Then I made a messy coloring of the flowers and leaves 
with Distress Sprays. Splashed with white paint and covered 
with white gesso by the dry brush.

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Trust the Mess

Hi there in the middle of summer!
Is there so hot, too? 
Here's like: can someone close the hell's doors, please?
Well, let us all refresh with a new Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.

This week we want you to TAPE IT UP
so please use a tape to whatever you make. 

We also showcase Jane Davenport's products so if you have them, 
we'd love to see them used on your projects. 

Remember that you can be a happy winner of $50 voucher

I have to admit it's my first use of Jane's products ever 
and I chose a set of this beautiful girls rub-ons and a set of small tapes.
My card is quite romantic and look at this lady, isn't she gorgeous? 
I'm in love with her hat!

I started with covering my base with the modeling paste through the Leafy stencil, then covered all this with a thin layer of Mother of Pearl mousse and finally gave it some shades of brown with Distress Oxides. 

Since the frame which matched with the lady was too dark, I decided to give it totally different color. I covered it with Crackle Paste and colored with several Distress Oxides in very different colors. 

I took two strips of a watercolor paper and just colored them using 
Distress Oxides and water. I loved how the shades of green mixed together. 

Finally I placed the lady on a white paper and colored the background 
with a light pink. I also placed a piece of tulle to give her more dignity...
The tulle here reminds me a veil that wore ladies in old times.

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