This time I decided to just sit down and play with it until I got something that I liked. Easy enough right? I stamped the image diagonally on a manila tag and sat down to work. I used some water based markers and my water brush to add some colour to the butterflies and the lady's face.
I then blended some inks over the top, masked the face, and sprayed a few mists. Once the tag was dry I used some old bubble wrap from Christmas last year to stamp some white paint. I didn't want it to be bright white so once the paint dried I added some creamy brown ink over the top. I then cut the tag down to size and matted it.
For the background I decided to stay with my inky theme and used some Pink Paislee Mistables. I blended some ink onto the patterned paper and sprayed it with more mists. Once dry I added some banner cut ribbon, adhered it to the card front, foam taped the image, and layered the rest of my elements.
This was a really fun card where I got to play with ink, sprays, and paint. Don't you want to play too? Simply dig out one of your unused stamps and get stamping! Create your project and link it up at Use it Tuesday by December 7th. You could earn a chance to play along with us as a guest designer!
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These are the products I used to create my card:
Card Stock: Neenah Desert Storm, Ranger Manila Tag, Pink Paislee Mistables.
Stamp: Hampton Art Woman Collage/Passport.
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Creamy Brown, Chestnut Roan, Rouge.
Mists: Mister Huey Boss Lady, Manila, Shimmerz Paints Heavy Metal.
Embellishments: Buttons from stash, Stampin' Up Twill Tape ribbon, May Arts Jute Twine, Stampin' Up Basic Jewels Pearls, handmade flower.
Adhesive: Scotch ATG, Scotch Quick Dry, glue dots, Quickie Glue pen.
Tools: Bone folder, paper trimmer, scissors, Martha Stewart Score board, Ranger Blending Tool, Bubble Wrap.
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