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Stamp N Doodle Photo Inspiration

Stamp N Doodle has a inspiration photo for the challenge this week

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My girl catching snowflakes was perfect for this challenge.
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I started the canvas with some spray mists and paper towels.  Dabbing until I had the right background I wanted.  I punched snowflakes from different colored designer paper and put matching glitter glue down the middle of them.  Once dry I used mod podge to adhere them to the canvas.  As a final touch I added gem stones for more sparkle & shine.

 My digi image was colored with pencils.  I embossed the snowflakes with irridescent ice (although the silver glitter glue might have worked as well)  I backed her on navy paper and mod podged her down. 

She turned our awesome.  I did finish the sides so she's ready to hang!

Be sure and check out my fellow designers as they have done an amazing job this week from the inspiration photo.  You can find them and the rules for entering @ http://stamp-n-doodle.blogspot.com/

Have a blessed day!

 
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