Joan Ervin's technique for today was intriguing. Read her instructions HERE.. My card turned out a little more "artsy" that I first anticipated, but decided to "go with the flow". I used the Rubbernecker stamp as a guide after I discovered my stamp pad inks did not adhere all that well to the bg that I had created with Joan's technique. It also became obvious that I had not covered my paper completely with the Glossy Accents/water mix....but I liked what happened anyway when I sponged on the TH inks. It's a fun technique...try it!
Date: Monday, November 4, 2013 GMT Views: 1758
Registered: May 10, 2006 Location: Westminster, CO Posts: 22939
Mon, Nov 04, 2013 @ 6:12 AM
Definitely artsy and just wonderful! Love trying new techniques and you certainly nailed this. I am so glad you tried it.
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Registered: February 13, 2005 Location: Southern Ontario Posts: 21509
Mon, Nov 04, 2013 @ 6:41 AM
Wow! What an awesome piece of art! I really love how this technique turned out for you. I looks even better when the background isn't completely covered. Don't you just love it when accidents turn out to be creative!
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Mon, Nov 04, 2013 @ 7:29 AM
this is so gorgeous!! I LOVE the artsy look of your card!!!! Wow, I would love mine to come out like this (haven't tried yet. Not sure if I can get to it before work.)
I absolutely LOVE your card!!! The combinations of stamps are so perfect together!!!!
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