The Neverending Pile Challenge: 2 Cremes

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Hi everyone!

For today’s post in the Neverending Pile Challenge, the prompt was to use 2 untried cremes. I think I used my last 2 here! (Except for those set aside for other posts in the challenge!). I also added in two untried chromes to liven it up a little ๐Ÿ™‚ tgpnpc-gradient-kiko-pink-tip-top-star-bright-stamping-revolution-mirror-mustang-cadillac-m78I started with a sponged gradient of my 2 cremes: A light pink by Kiko (I can’t seem to find a name) and Tip Top Star Bright. tgpnpc-gradient-kiko-pink-tip-top-star-bright-stamping-revolution-mirror-mustang-cadillac-m78Once that was dry, I stamped using plate m78, with an image which looks a bit like a needle drag pattern. tgpnpc-gradient-kiko-pink-tip-top-star-bright-stamping-revolution-mirror-mustang-cadillac-m78For the stamping, I used my two metallic/chrome polishes: Revolution Mirror Mustang (the purple) and Cadillac (the pink). I realised ages ago that these would be good for stamping, so I don’t know why I waited until now to use them! tgpnpc-gradient-kiko-pink-tip-top-star-bright-stamping-revolution-mirror-mustang-cadillac-m78This was the first time that I’ve tried using more than one polish to stamp with on the same image, and I was glad it worked so well. I made sure to stamp with the purple over the pink, and the pink over the purple, so that it looked almost like a reciprocal gradient. tgpnpc-gradient-kiko-pink-tip-top-star-bright-stamping-revolution-mirror-mustang-cadillac-m78I really liked these – they looked a lot more complex than they actually were. Not to mention they’re pretty! ๐Ÿ™‚ What do you think?tgpnpc-gradient-kiko-pink-tip-top-star-bright-stamping-revolution-mirror-mustang-cadillac-m78These are the remaining themes for the challenge:npc-graphicTake a look at some more untried cremes for today at the link: