Tuesday, December 1, 2020

It's the December Theme & Photo Prompt Challenge at STAMPlorations!

 

 


Happy first day of December! (Hopefully it will woosh by

so that 2021 can bring a much better year for us all!)

But, since we are not quite there yet, at least we have the 

new Theme & Photo Prompt Challenge at STAMPlorations!

Use the theme, or the photo, or go all out and combine both.

It's up to you!

For my project, I've used mostly just the theme, but I did

incorporate some stars into my ornaments. 😀

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I've used the CRAFTplorations Christmas Bauble #1

 and painted not one, but six dotted mandala ornaments!

On the back side, I've stamped a sentiment and star image from

the Christmas Baubles stamp set.

I used shimmery metallic paints to color fill all the stars.


Here are some close up pictures:






It's really hard to see, but I've also used the metallic paints on 

the mandalas too. Shimmer!

There's an ongoing deal going on at the 

STAMPlorations store: 


 Just click on the link above the graphic to take advantage of this awesome promo!


 I hope that you find time this month to play along in the
 
 
I'm looking forward to seeing what you link up in the gallery!
 
Thanks for visiting! Have a great day!
 

 
Supplies:
Stamps: Christmas Baubles
Ink: Staz On - Cotton White
Accessories: CRAFTplorations - Christmas Bauble #1 3MM MDF; DecoArt Americana and Dazzling Metallics acrylic paints; The Dotting Center - dotting template and tools; paintbrush; DecoArt DuraClear satin varnish; Ribbon - May Arts, Little Yellow Bicycle, Michaels, Joanne's; Twine - Doodlebug, American Crafts, Martha Stewart, MME, Darice; Bells - Darice; Fray Check 

 



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