Happy Wednesday! It's time for another challenge from The House That Stamps Built. This week, we have a beautiful inspiration photo for you:
Don't you just love those colors?! Here's my take on it:
The background was created using Sharpie Markers and rubbing alcohol. Seriously, it was that easy. I followed this tutorial that I found on Pinterest. After creating the background and stamping the butterflies, I spritzed on some Glimmer Mist to give it a really pretty sparkle, but it's really hard to catch it in a photo.
The House blog and check out how the rest of the DT interpreted this challenge. And if you see a stamp you have to have, make sure you use the 10% off discount code on the left hand side of my blog (It's off your entire order!)
One Sweet Challenge--back to school; use a new technique or medium (I've never used this sharpie technique before)
Pattie's Creations #113--anything goes
The Paper Nest Dolls #8--anything goes
Through The Purple Haze--flowers
Vintage Stamping Challenge #35--anything goes
Viva La Verve August week 1--sketch (I used a bit of vellum for the layer under to tag layer; I didn't want to cover up that beautiful background, but did want to add some softness)
Fab n' Funky Challenge #270--things with wings
Sister Act Card Challenge #119--anything goes
Hiding in My Craft Room #212d--use die cuts
Stamps: Repeat Impressions "9001 Butterfly (lg)" and "9717 Happy Hello"
Dies: PTI "Tag Sale #8" and flower die; Verve "Flag It!"; MFT "Fancy Flourish"
MFT "Diagonal Stripes" stencil