Disappearing Act

It’s my weekend for Crusading with Michelle over at the GPP Street Team site. This month Michelle challenged us to paint a background using two colors them stamp into it using the same two colors, so that the stamp fades in and out. I tried this in to different sets of colours – blue/greens and red/oranges; think I prefer the cooler colors overall. I used one of my absolute fav stamps, a Making Memories foam stamp that I use endlessly, and some bubble wrap because it happened to be sitting on my desk. I worked on plain paper instead of in my journal and will be sticking them in there for future reference.


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12 thoughts on “Disappearing Act

  1. Cath, These are GORGEOUS!! The first one is so rich and complex-great colors and texture.
    You did a great job with the in-and-out of the next two and the red/orange ones are stunning . . . did you carve the round stamp?

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  2. Cath – beautiful papers! Love the effects you got. I think I like the cooler ones too – even though I’m an admitted red-lover and blue-disliker. All of them look great together, but I love the third one best! Thanks for sharing your work with the team!

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  3. These are really lovely and the red/orange ones just leapt out of the computer screen this evening!! Great background pages for sure and all so different. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Loved your colors and circles in top photo… it looks complex and yummy! Also loved your circular flower bold print image and your other papers. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Bubble wrap!! My favorite. We have a lot in common – the use of bubble wrap and the large spiral foam stamp! 😉 Thanks for sharing – love the layers of paint.

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