Wednesday, 3 May 2017
CAS Mix Up Challenge - Splattering
Hello lovely crafters and friends! Today, my card is for the CAS Mix Up Challenge and their challenge this month is 'Splattering'.
This is my card and I will explain the techniques and products used, below.
First, I took a plain white panel the same size as my card base and gave it the 'faux wood' treatment. I scored some lines for the 'planks' then I dragged some distress inks down the front to represent the 'grain'. Then I splattered it with some water, to make it look even more worn and weathered. I let it dry and then adhered it to my card base.
Next, I stamped my image with Versamark ink and heat embossed with Platinum embossing powder. I coloured the flowers by sponge blending and fussy cut it out.
Next. I took a plain white panel and cut it at an angle and edged it with black card-stock and adhered that to the wood panel. I then mounted my image with foam tape for dimension. Stamped the sentiment in black and added some dots of enamel accents in black to tie it all in. A lick of Stella to the flower and called it done!
So, techniques are, stamping, distressing, water splattering, heat embossing and ink blending.
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