For those of you that are tracking with me, it is 4 more sleeps until I see my son, daughter-in-law and two amazing grandchildren. I am pretty stoked if I do say so myself....LOL!!!
Okay, on to the subject at hand. I have been having fun trying out different media on both canvas and paper in the last while. This card I used a stencil, Goosebump texture spray and Tim Holtz mini distress inks to create my "blots". It was both fun and messy at the same time. Anyone who knows me well knows that messy and I don't get along but I am getting better at it. After all, cleaning up works too! First you inked up one colour of a splat (I did the red first), and then used a make up sponge without moving the stencil to cover over the ink with the Goosebump spray. This created a resist and I moved the stencil around repeating it with all 4 colours. I then sprayed the Goosebump spray and inked with black to create the background. I did wipe over each colour with a damp cloth to take out any residue black that may have stuck to make the colours more vibrant and the white spots whiter instead of grey.
Stencil ~ The Crafter's Workshop Mini Splats
Goosebumps Clear Texture Spray ~ Imagine Crafts
Tim Holtz Distress Inks
~ Black Soot
~ Fired Brick
~ Salty Ocean
~ Mowed Lawn
~ Mustard Seed
Card Stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ Echo Park A Perfect Summer
Twine ~ We R Memory Keepers
Brads ~ Recollections
Sentiments ~ Whimsy Stamps Birthday Greetings
~ Pointer Scrapbooking
~ High Hopes
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Thanks for dropping in today. Come by later this week to see some of the other mixed media projects I have done. I believe I am getting hooked. Don't forget to drop in at Little Red Wagon to see what the other girlfriends have for you in the way of SPOTS, DOTS AND BLOTS and then link up one of your own.
Until next time, keep crafting.