WT812 - How will I use this? I have this package of Kosher salt that has been sitting on my craft chest for a year. I know how to use it for making interesting designs in paint, but what else is it good for?
How about the rim of a TH margarita blueprint stamp?
Too many colors to name on the bg because if I donât like it I smear on another color. A brick stencil. Some of the color rubbed off with a baby wipe. Splatters of black ink and white paint. Then the margarita stamp used twice, once on a separate piece of scrap paper and once on a piece of white. The white was colored and cut out, and then glued over the image on the scrap paper. Washi tapes outlined in black, Wink of Stella on the margarita, Glossy accents on the stem of the glass and used to hold pieces of Kosher salt. Wood letters painted white and glued on. White gel pen adding some highlights to the lime.
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Date: Thursday, October 1, 2020 GMT Views: 458
Registered: November 7, 2006 Location: Willamette Valley Oregon Posts: 32942
Thu, Oct 01, 2020 @ 8:11 PM
Tipping my craft beer to you, Kandie! What depth you captured here. The colors just pop and those chunky rock salt crystals are the perfect addition to that glass. And it reminded I've got Tim's drink glasses die cuts...must drag them out and fill them up.
I adore your card.
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Thu, Oct 01, 2020 @ 11:30 PM
It's good for making salted caramel, LOL. It looks fantastic here. So does the brick wall, just gorgeous. The washi with the green circles is perfect, and I like the way you outlined it. Can you believe, I've never had a margarita, though we tasted a margarita flavoured beer in work recently.