Since the January 2017 Color Me Happy kit was inspired by batik designs and artwork, this month's challenge was to create a project that features batik or faux batik techniques.
Karen, over at Club Scrap posted a tutorial earlier in the month explaining a faux batik technique. You can find it HERE.
I decided I wanted to create a 12x12 layout using the faux batik technique on my base page. I used the sun stamp from the January Color Me Happy Art Nouveau Unmounted Stamps. I stamped the imaged repeatedly with my Club Scrap Watermark Ink Pad. I then covered the images with clear embossing powder and heat set. I applied Club Scrap Hybrid Ink in Ash, Moss, Tangerine and Topez. I then ironed my page to remove the embossing powder. Here are the results....
This is one of the pictures from my daughters senior portraits. I just love everything about it. I chose inks that complimented the shades in the picture.
I used a cut out and these really cool metallic dot stickers both from the Color Me Happy Embellishment Pack included in the Deluxe kit. The silver hearts were from my stash.
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