Monday, October 26, 2009
I noticed recently that several people on their blogs,tried using Tim Holtz Distress Ink with a mister to create unique backgrounds. This is one of the result I achieved.First ,a variety of Distress Inks were applied to white cardstock. Next, a mini mister sprayed a bit of plain water and the magic started. The colors blended and mixed together. After allowing the paper to dry(on waxed paper),two stamps were used for an image and verse. Next, using the largest of the QuicKutz Nesting Squares, the paper was run through the Cuttlebug. Scraps of coordinating papers were used as accents to pull the card together with ribbon details on one side.A little Stickles for the flower heads, some ribbon and a flower and it was done.
Cardstock:Bazzill-White,scraps of Lt. Olive Green and Burnt Cranberry
Inks:Memento:Green, Distress Ink-Antique Linen, Spiced Marmalade, and Worn Lipstick