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Sprays and Splatters with Wicked Wednesday

Hello! Have I got a post for your today! I have five, that's right, FIVE ATCs to share with you today. I was so beyond inspired by this week's Wicked Wednesday sponsor, that I just couldn't help myself! So who is it? Vera Lane! Now with this many projects, I'm not going to into great detail with what I did for each one. But if you have a question for me, please ask! I'll be happy to answer.

I colored almost all of the images with my Tombow watercolor markers. This first ATC features the Whimsical Mermaid set. My backgrounds were done with a combination of Dylusions, and Memories Mists sprays.

At the bottom of this ATC, I used Green Mica Fragments, from Stampendous.

My next ATC features the focal image from The Little Witch set. My background uses a few of the stamps from the Stampendous Spooky House Perfectly Clear set. Actually, all of my background stamps are from Stampendous.

This cutie is the only one that I used Chameleon Pens for. I thought this bear was perfect for them. I couldn't find him in the shop though. My background uses a few stamps from the Family Home Perfectly Clear set. I also used a few spritzes of irRESISTables from Tsukineko for some added texture and shine.

You can see what the irRESISTables does in the above photo. Love that stuff!

This lovely princess goes with the next ATC I share with you. They're from the Kiss the Frog set. I plan on making a little booklet of all of these, so I'll have them side by side. This sentiment and the next are both from the Life Words set. Now, for my favorite....

How great is this handsome frog??? He makes me giggle. A lot. And isn't that sentiment perfect for him? Whew! That was a lot of ATCs! Thank you SO MUCH to Janet Klein from Vera Lane for your generosity, and your super fantastically fun digis! They are an absolute blast to work with. Please be sure to visit the Wicked Wednesday Blog to see what the rest of the gals created. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Kathi said…
Wow. These are all fabulous! I love them all and can't choose a favorite. Great coloring and backgrounds!

I need to find out more about the Irresistible stuff.

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