I mixed Hydrangea Blue Magical in modelling paste until it matched the Caribbean Blue, and applied it to my canvas using a stencil.
Once dry, I sprayed with ‘Caribbean Blue’ and ‘Frolic In The Forest Black’ Starburst sprays. While the canvas was still wet, I dripped some ‘Frozen Jack Frost” in places, and did a few sprays (pressing the nozzle slowly to create bigger droplets instead of a fine mist).
Once dry, you can add more ‘Frozen Jack Frost’ as desired. I kept mine dark to represent a starry night.
Stamp a doll image and paint her hair and dress using ‘Pretty In Pink’.
I also added embossing powder to some of the elementsAdd a collage of flowers, resin, and metallic embellishments over the skirt and lightly brush with Gel Medium to allow the water-based sprays to stick to the non-porous surfaces. Spitz with ‘Pretty In Pink’ and ‘Bouganvillea Fuchsia. Add some background detail by stamping, and embossing with ‘Hyacinth Blue Jade’ Paint a chipboard branch using “Frolic In The Forest black’, stamp with embossing ink, and heat emboss using ‘Angel Wings Gold’ and “Cosmic Pink Blue’.
Lightly spray the flower cluster with ‘Caribbean Blue’, and add a quote of your choice.
It’s done! Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today. I hope you enjoyed my tutorial and join the challenge this month!
Lindy’s Stamp Gang products:
February 2015 Limited Edition Spray set (all colours)