Must have been the doodling, cuz Dylusions Strength came to my mind.
Added circles of Festive Berries Mermaid Lagoon and Old Paper (Distress), Candy Cane Lemon Drop and Sugar Rush (Jenny Bowlin), which I spritzed with water before stamping. And a sentiment from Inky Stamps reading "everyday heroine".
I'm hooking up at Happy Little Stampers where it's about your favorite technique. I've so many, but this time I worked with the wonderful properties of Distress inks and water.
And check this out. DD's latest cake pop project posing in front of the most beautiful winter sky. The sky is courtesy of the first Christmas card to arrive in our mailbox, from none other than the uber-talented Loll of Stamping with Loll!
Wow... you did it again! Modern, bold, and vibrant. Awesome job!ReplyDelete
Very Unique !ReplyDelete
First, I love that sweet cake pop, just adorable. And your card is so amazing!ReplyDelete
I love your card-- very punk. And hmmm cake pops... So cute!ReplyDelete
Ueber cool, you have too much time at hand with all the doodling??? Cake pops - yum!ReplyDelete
Very cool card Maria. You are so creative ... this is very artsy and fun. And I love the cake pop! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at Happy Little Stampers. xx
That photo is definitely calling to you - just seen your next creation as well! Love this it's so striking.ReplyDelete
So creative...I loved your card Maria..so artsy!! Also yummy cake pop! ;)ReplyDelete
Cool and so groovy, Maria ... those spots of colour are fabulous with the monochrome doodling! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
Oh I love those colorful circles paired up with the oulined image. Absolutely fabulous! Love it! Thanks so much for joining us at PIC!ReplyDelete