I started by brushing Distress Ink in Brick Red on the top part of a piece of cardstock and Carved Pumpkin ink on the lower portion and then just blended them together. I splattered water on the entire piece. Next, I used my new Impression Obsession coffee & tea set and die cut my pieces from the inky sheet. This was so fun to create. Something about the color combo made me really happy. I cannot lie, it made me hungry for a Salted Caramel Frapp, good thing we live 25 minutes from town! Check out the little silver heart spoons tucked into the whip topping! They are so cute even though the spoon part can't be seen on my card.
I am also playing in Impression Obsession's Fall Challenge details on my blog post.
Date: Friday, September 20, 2019 GMT Views: 335
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Fri, Sep 20, 2019 @ 7:20 AM
SO glad you brought TWO spiced latte's to the table (one for you and one for me!) Love both the die cut script in your bold sentiment and the enamelware look of your mugs. The DO with water spatters really nailed the look and how fun would it have been 'back in the day' to have enamelware come in something other than the standard blue & white.
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Fri, Sep 20, 2019 @ 1:08 PM
Angela, I absolutely love the mugs you've created with your inking/splattering technique. They remind me of those cool enamelware mugs you find around. I wish I could find some in this exact color! Love the whipped cream and darling spoons, too!
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