Today I want to share with you my art for the Stampotique Designers' Challenge. It's Samantha Read at the helm today, and she is challenging us to use stars! Here's her challenge:
I think I am experimenting with my "dark side" because I used black and white last week, and now black and grey. I do think that the motivational quote counterbalances this rather pallid palette! The main image is Angel by stamp design artist Daniel Torrente. The cascade of stars in the background was created using the Design Cube by stamp design artist France Papillon. The text stamp, To Be A Star, is from Carol's Collection.I don't know one person who doesn't enjoy looking at the stars. Stars fill us with a sense of fascination and wonderment. Earliest societies mapped and traced stars. The speed of light is 186,000 miles per second and because stars are so distant, many of them millions of light years away means we look in to the sky from the distant past. Therefore, I am inviting you to use stars in your creation this week, as the main image or as an accent. I can't wait to see what you make, have fun!
I hope you will join me in creating something for the Stampotique Designers' Challenge each week. The use of Stampotique Originals' stamps is not required. You can use any rubber or clear stamps (no digital stamps) that you have to participate and gain a chance at the end of the month to win one of two $30 gift certificates for your choice of Stampotique products. Details for submissions are here.