For the Free For All Challenge today (F4A259) we are to have a moon somewhere. So that gave me the idea to use a circle die cut to mask out a moon and brayer the background. After placing the moon mask, I brayered the background. The color is a bit of an accident…I had two rainbow pads out, one w/ all blues & another w/ all greens and I had been testing the color. I rolled the brayer across the blue one but forgot I hadn’t cleaned off the green inks from the brayer so I got a mostly turquoise color gradient. I like the color, so it’s all good!
After removing the mask, I stamped the wildflower silhouette bg w/ the black ink, then stamped the smaller version w/ white pigment ink and white embossed it. For a little more interest, I die the panel into two sizes and added a white layer in between. The greeting was die cut out of black & white and stacked a little off for depth.
|Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – Miss You, Wildflower Silhouette Bg
|Paper: Neenah white, black
|Ink: Memento tuxedo black, Colorbox frost white pigment, Kaleidacolor fresh greens & blue breeze
|Accessories: ODBD Hello die, Spellbinders A2 matting basics A&B, brayer, white embossing powder