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Splatter some Fun - March Dare pt2

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Are we having fun yet?!

So far I have LOVED the creative splatters. You have made this first half of March so exciting, and if you haven't entered yet, or you want some more inspiration, check out these AMAZING pieces from the second half of the Design Team.

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Cassandra Splattering?!?... YES, please! There is something very freeing about splattering. You have to let go and let it be. Not to mention that it is fun... well for me anyway. Having taught splattering techniques at various workshop classes, I know that it is a source of stress for some. The trick is to be relaxed and loose of hand and start with less because you can always add more.


For this month's challenge, I created a canvas with splattered glitter emboss powders. I used two different splatter techniques including one that I taught as part of my Emerald Creek CHA 2017 class. Drop by my blog to learn more.
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Jess

I know I have days when I need to remind myself of the sentiment I put on my dress.  Art helps me re…

Splatter Some Fun! - March Dare Pt 1

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So another month of 2017 is here

All of the Creativation and post show orders (Thank You Seth Apter, Huge Hugs)  have shipped as of today. And I am rapidly catching up on blogging and post show project creations.

This month I wanted to have some creative fun and just encourage everyone to let loose and get messy :)

Let's bring on the SPLATTERS! use paint, powders, ink, coffee, tea, pastes or whatever you think you can splatter and join the Design Team for your chance to Win.

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Sara Emily-sarascloset

When I saw the theme for this month's dare, I was so excited! I couldn't wait to clean off a space on my work table to fling around some paint, ink, water and yes, some embossing powder to get my splattered background. I even splattered my butterfly with that beautiful Onyx Frost embossing powder! I hope you stop by my blog to see how this wall hanging came together.

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Claudia



I love splatter patterns! And I love combining splatter with a bit of bling which seems to be qui…