I bought some acrylic paints to play with. I had the idea to sponge layers like I had done when I painted my dining room. I started out with a piece of vellum and sponged my colors. Then I thought a design would look good. Dry embossing came to mind. However, the embossing was hard to see, so I painted the raised parts to make it stand out. I trimmed my vellum with deckle scissors and mounted it on a white card, but I felt it was plain. So I dabbed gold paint on the edges and finished my card.
If anyone else tries this technique, I'd love to see. Thanks for looking!
Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2007 GMT Views: 816
Registered: November 28, 2004 Location: the Florida wilderness Posts: 20618
Wed, Jul 11, 2007 @ 2:04 PM
Wow! This is so pretty! The gold around the edges really sets it off! Great technique, too...may have to try this as I have a lot of acrylic paints that are screaming to be taken off the shelf and used!