Wednesday, July 2

Simon Says "W is for White"


W is also for "way out of my comfort zone" as May Flaum challenged us this week in Camp Scrap. As you know, I am a color kind of gal, so white?? How the heck do I make something mostly white for the Simon Monday Challenge? Well, you will see that I could not resist a bit of color.

It all started with a nice thick coat of Delta Magnolia White.

Next, a little texture play by laying some punchinella in the paint.

Whitewash with some titanium white and water, a stamped design I had on hand to make a card with, and since we are headed to a Paint and Sip tonight to celebrate a friend's birthday, a card is certainly in order. Sprinkle with some distress glitter...

Play with the layout to see where things should go...

Got it! Now, to add some pearls and white rub-ons...

Some detail of the rub-ons, white on white...

Then, I just had to add in some color, so spritzed in some peacock feather distress marker.

This photo shows it a bit more true to color, so you can see all those variations of white. So, I guess W is for white, and I am happy I tried something different for me!

 

 

5 comments:

  1. Love the white on white and all the dimension. I *am* in Camp Scrap after all -- really looking forward to this class as a summer treat. ~ Laura

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  2. This is such a pretty card with great texture and lovely detail and I love the interpretation of our theme! Thank you for sharing your project and for joining us over on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! :)

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  3. Sweet tag MAura! I love your little flowers and the stamp! Thanks for joining us this week on Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!

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  4. I love that you do this blog together as sisters! What a great way to share something you both love! Beautiful "white" project! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. :) Hugs, Cathy

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