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Dance Like Nobody is Watching....

All of us here at Altered Pages have been having fun creating projects for January's Snow Dancing Challenge, myself included! 

Here is the card I made....

Dance like nobody is watching...

AP Winter Challenge - Roni
It may not look it but the skater and the background are actually two separate images.  I started off by printing and painting the background with Pearlescent Watercolor paints by Niji.  They are an amazing watercolor paint with I think mica mixed in.  They give you an amazing shimmer and shine that is so hard to pick up with the camera.
Next I colored the skater with my Sectrum Noir markers and added a bit of Flower Soft to her costume (bottom of her dress, sleeves, neckline & hair piece).  I then cut her out and mounted her to the card with double stick foam tape to make her look like she's leaping right off the card!
The flourishes were cut using some of the Glitter Silk Paper and I have to tell you it's beautiful stuff!  The stunning colors really add the finishing touch to your project.

Supplies from Altered Pages:
Collage Sheet - AP - 822 Snow & Ice (background woodland scene)
Collage Sheet - AP-719 Vintage Ice Ballet (skater)
Other Supplies:
Spectrum Noir Markers
Flower Soft (for her dress trim)
Flourish Die-cuts (lg - My Favorite Things; small - Memory Box)
Double Stick Foam Tape
Computer Generated Sentiment

As of post time there is only one entry into the challenge so you have a great shot at winning if you decide to join in the fun!

Good Luck
have a super day!!!

Ink Stained Roni


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