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A big congrats to Shannon, the newest Featured Stamper (FS513) on Splitcoast! She has such a lovely gallery & I chose THIS to case. I was really intrigued by the Dendritic painting technique she used so I gave it a try. I kept that, & the wintry blues but used different images, a little different layout & added some fussy cut trees & snowflakes.
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When I got ready to try this technique, I couldn’t find where I put my white acrylic paint, so I used some metallic white paint. The sheen makes it look more silver than white. I also used 2 pieces of stiff acrylic instead of glass. The acrylic paint dried really quickly, so I used a Versamarker over a few areas, sprinkled it w/ Stardust (clear glitter) embossing powder & heat embossed it. The trees & snowflakes were stamped on scraps of the same blue w/ white pigment ink & heat embossed w/ the same powder. Rudolph was colored w/ Copics & die cut w/ the matching die & on the greeting, I stamped it w/ midnight blue pigment ink & also embossed it.

Here’s a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used on Rudolph. merry-rudolph-inside-00147
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Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Supplies:

Stamps: North Coast Creations – Rudolph, Happy Camper, Our Daily Bread designs – Sparkling Snowflakes
Paper: X-Press It white, Staples 110# white, cobalt blue
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, Colorbox frost white, midnight pigment inks
Accessories:  NCC Reindeer die,  ODBD  Pierced Rectangles dies, Copic markers, Misti, stardust embossing powder, metallic white acrylic paint

One Response to “Merry Rudolph”

  • Deanna Morgan:

    Julie, I so admire your talent. I love all the color you use in your cards and your ability to add just the right touches to add dimension and texture. I’ve never seen you “overdo.” I’m so grateful to be able to receive your blog and, of course, I always look forward to seeing your work on SCS.

Your comments are so appreciated!