Saturday, July 23, 2016

Pointillism Play


Pointillism is a technique of painting in which small distinct dots of color are applied in patterns to form an image. Heather Nichols explores this idea of  stamping and use a polka dot stamp and other tools to apply color to stamped images in a dot form to color them in. Layering the colored dots together create wonderful blending opportunities that take your stamped images to a new level.
I have to say this is one of my favorite mater's techniques so far!!!! I used a piece of watercolor paper that had a purple splotch on the backside and I love the extra texture and interest it gives my flower.

Supplies~Year of the Flower-Violet- white embossing, Moonshine sequins and Kraft CS.
Thanks for stopping by~Angie


  1. Great job on this one, too.
    The dots make that violet pop!
    So pretty

  2. You know I love this card! Yes, I agree with Susan, it really does pop.

  3. What a super fun group of cards you made today! I stopped after I colored my pointillism, I just could function any longer, I'll finish up tomorrow.