The 18th CCC technique is Dabber Resist, found on pg. 37 of Tim's book. I chose a pink and green color palette but it photo'd much redder on the rickrack and paper clip. Sigh. Really, it looks much better in person than on the screen.
All the stamps are from Wendy Vecchi's collection. You can find the number border at the top in Be Happy, Make Art, the ticking is from Art Fit For A Queen, the row of flowers is from Art Rules, while you'll find the heart and sentiment in Love to Make Art.
The heart was stamped on grungepaper with coffee then light pink distress inks were smeared all over. The swirl is chipboard painted with the Shell Pink paint dabber, text in archival coffee, Rock Candy Distress Crackle Paint, then more archival ink to bring out the cracks.
The pink rhinestones, rickrack and paper clip come from unknown sources.
I've done this technique lots of time with the White Paint Dabber but am glad I opted to try a color for a unique look. Hey, it's only ink and paper!