This Fuse collaboration has just been so great. I was partnered up with Kristen Powers and let me tell you she did not disappoint.
She sent me the most beautiful background to work from.
I was able to use the RubberMoon stamps, the Moonlight Duo Inks, and that gorgeous background, along with the Relics & Artifacts wings, to create my piece.
The first thing I did was get my RubberMoon stamp and create the face, then added some color using the Sunshine Yellow Moonlight Duo Ink Pad and some beautiful opalescent glitter. I cut it and got it into the bezel. I framed the bezel with clear rhinestones, and filled the bezel with Ice Resin.
Next up, the gorgeous Relics & Artifacts angel wings. I painted them with a matte white, then dry brushed a very light blue chalk paint, then dry brushed again with the Deep Space Blue Moonlight Duo Ink pad and embellished them with some clear mica flakes.
The only thing I added to Kristen’s beautiful background was a bit of yellow ink, and some white dot highlites.
Kristen also inked the edges of this piece with her inks, and I used some washi tape to kick it up a notch.
The stars are just cut and glittered.
The final step was adding the quote which says “She was beautifully out of place. Sometimes I believe she intended to be. Like the moon during the day.”
Yes, I also painted up the metal easel to match my project.
I loved working with the RubberMoon Moonlight Duo Ink Pads and stamps, and loved that I had the opportunity to Fuse with Kristen Powers.
Rising Spirit I
Small Starry Eyed Face Stamp
Moonlight Duo Tint & Hue in Sunshine Yellow, Deep Space Blue, Milky Way Magenta
Black Staz On Ink Pad
Black Embossing Powder
White Chalk Paint
Iridescent Mica Flakes
Rochelle Kretz Gaukel- Day 1
Kersten Christianson- Day 2
Heather Thompson- Day 3
Sandee Setliff- Day 4
Darlene Madden- Day 5
Shari Acuff- Day 6
Milagros C. Rivera- Day 7
Maxi Moon- Day 8
Sherry Matthews- Day 9
Monica Downing- Day 10
Kristen Powers- Day 11