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#the100dayproject : 99/100

Posted by Kerry Wills on

#the100dayproject : 99/100
i was thinking of card ideas and i wanted to incorporate part of the message from the song along with a new background. i used the cloud stencil from lawn fawn and a variety of distress inks. i'm not entirely sure i'm using the stencil the right way, but i'm pleased with the results. 

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#the100dayproject : 94/100

Posted by Kerry Wills on

#the100dayproject : 94/100
so. much. rainbow. happiness. i absolutely love it. there's a space between the large gold ampersand and the black frame with my bargello project that i think would be perfect for a painting. [then of course i'll have to add in another detail so i have an odd number, but anyway...]

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#the100dayproject : 88/100

Posted by Kerry Wills on

#the100dayproject : 88/100
i overlapped several shades of distress ink, including faded jeans, seedless preserves, chipped sapphire and hickory smoke. i used a mask for the moon and then i used the negative and fossilized amber ink to color it in. tiny iridescent stars are added to small star sequins and i think they compliment the saying really well. 

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#the100dayproject : 81/100

Posted by Kerry Wills on

#the100dayproject : 81/100
when i say that i have a lot of patterned paper, it's not an exaggeration. i could probably wallpaper every room in my house, floor to ceiling ten times over - and still have paper left. that's one of the perks/downfalls of working in a scrapbooking store for so long. i often forget that i have such a variety and i'm trying to use it more often. 

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#the100dayproject : 79/100

Posted by Kerry Wills on

#the100dayproject : 79/100
on today's card i used a stamp from a set that i bought primarily for one single stamp. it's not often that i do this as i like to have a variety of options when i'm creating, and now that i own the set i'm sure i'll use all of the stamps - but i bought it for one single stamp, and that's the stamp i'm using today. 

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