Using a foam stamp - that I had created from a Tim Holtz die,
I added Claudine Hellmuth's paint, dried it and then put a mask on top.
Adding another colour over the mask with a sponge dabber, added the pattern on to the tree.
One of Nathalie's tutorials - put a stencil on the tag and add embossing ink and
then powder (heat emboss), spray the tag with a couple of different colours
and wipe of the embossed areas that resist the ink. Here I used the Dylusions mists.
This was cool! Take a piece of sticky back canvas, peel back the sticky side and add a piece of patterned cardstock. Using a water mister, saturate the paper and start to rub it off!!! The pattern remained on the canvas!!! cool!
I never thought of trying this simple technique - a couple of acrylic paint dabs on the paper and use a brayer to roll out the colours in various angles and voila! Great for backgrounds!
This is a tag pouch I had from Graphic 45 - I did not have any WOW bonding powder or the metalic paper that was used...but I remembered I had the old 3M coloured transfer film (?) that was so popular a few years ago. I tried the technique with regular embossing powder and the coloured paper - very pretty effect! This is with one of Tim Holtz's new stamps, too!
This was cool - I cut out a heart out of a scrap piece of paper and used the negative for my mask.
I put a stencil over top of the open area and spritzed away with the Perfect Pearl's red.
Then, using archival jet black ink - I added the other stamps.
Can't wait to finish this LO!
This is a little difficult to see, but instead of just using a manila tag on a LO - add a mask, I sprayed the Heirloom Gold Perfect Pearls on it and now you have a journaling area
with a bit more dimension that would go with pretty much any LO!
These techniques with with Julie Fei Fan Balzer
- the left tag is done with a stencil and various distress inks with a ink applicator.
The right had the same stencil, but I used the Dylusion sprays.
There is quite the difference between the two
- I like both depending on what you want to do with it after!!
Thanks so much for looking!