Challenge #88 uses COLOR SPRAY - this can be a home made mixture, Glimmer Mists, Walnut Ink sprays, a bottle filled with hairspray, reinker, and Pearl Ex, or even airbrushing with your Copic markers - whatever you desire!
I printed my image on Whisper White cardstock, colored with Copic markers then cut it out. I misted Stream and Wild Plum Alcohol Inks onto Glossy cardstock, then misted Blending solution over it for the mottled effect. I cut this piece out with the new Labels Ten Nestabilities and mounted it to my designer paper with punched corners by Martha Stewart. I glued my designer paper to sparkly glitter cardstock, then to an aqua card. I adhered my horse image onto my spritzed card piece with pop dots, then added silver pearls and sparkly flower buttons to finish the card. Card size: 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches
What a gorgeous bg!! Darsie, I love that combination of colors, and that new nestie! Great job!!ReplyDelete
A glorious combination of colors and diecuts. Love all those silver beads too. Love the effect you got with the spray color.ReplyDelete
Beautiful card! LOVE your blue background and those silver beads for the pole!ReplyDelete
so many of us used the same image, but made it look so different, what fun!ReplyDelete
this is beautiful Darsie!!! love the new die!
What a wonderful card! You have such precise cutting and love the silver pearls -- Incredibly beautiful job!ReplyDelete
OMG, Darsie, your background looks beautiful and just look at all that perfect cutting...WOW, girl, this is such a gorgeous design!!!!ReplyDelete
Love it! So, so pretty. I didn't know you could spray alcohol inks, cool technique.ReplyDelete
Great idea to use the silver beads for the horse's pole. Nice job with the challenge!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Background and card! Love the layers and the designs on them! TFS!ReplyDelete
Darsie this turned out so cute. I LOVE that you colored the tail and mane blue! Adorable!ReplyDelete