lundi 8 avril 2019

Underwater...


Hello everyone!
Yesterday, I discovered a new technique on Cornelia's blog that I absolutely had to try!


This is the result!


I absolutely loved this technique that Cornelia learned from Heindesign! If you want to try it too, don't hesitate - it's very well explained and very easy to do! ...and I think its fantastic!

I masked the card with masking tape that I ripped lengthwise to have irregular edges. Then I placed three small dots of different acrylic colors on a small sponge and applied the color from top to bottom and from left to right, overlapping slightly each time, and trying not to mix the colors too much between them....
I removed the masking tape and let dry the panel - which goes pretty fast with acrylic colours!
Then I applied white acrylic color on a flat surface, using an old credit card. 
I used this thin layer of color like an ink pad and was able to stamp all the images in this way. - It works really great! The only thing you have to respect is to wash the stamps as soon as possible with water and a toothbrush, so that the acrylic color doesn't have time to dry on the stamp! - Otherwise it's super easy to do!
Finally I added the sentiment, which I cut into three parts so that it looks not too massive.


I hope I have awakened your curiosity and creativity! - I wish you a lot of fun in case you try it too!
Have a nice week!





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Stamps: Sentiment (SU); All others (Craft Sensations)
Inks: Onyx Black (Versafin)
Acrylic Colours

4 commentaires:

  1. Beautiful card and fabulous background love the underwater stamps---will have to try that technique.Thank you for joining us at A Inky Mess
    Carol DT x

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  2. Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at LTSC, good luck!!! Amy DT

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  3. I love your sentiment and I love the way the image pops from the blue background! Thank you for joining Creative Craft Cottage! Good Luck and come back again! -DT Meghan (http://madebymeghank.blogspot.com/)

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  4. Très jolie technique, joli effet sous marin, biz

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