Hey everyone, I've been cleaning out the Studio...waaaayyy too much old stuff that I'll never use in a million years!
But along the way, I allowed myself to take breaks and time to play.
I've had several people ask about the Distress Stains..."are they different? do I really need them?"
YES.....they are totally different and I LOVE them.....still love my Distress Inks, too, but they work so well together.
I started with a large Manila Tag, and added Wild Honey stain at the bottom and center, then the Peeled Paint to top and swiped over the middle. Let dry and add a second layer.
Let blend in and then add direct to paper the Black Archival Ink to the edges and roughly over the top.
Then I used the Dusty Concord to pounce color onto manila card stock and added to the back of the tag. I also added Concord Distress Ink over the edges to blend.
The Rosette was cut and sprayed with Copper Perfect Pearls Mists....very cool look!!! I added a strip of Tissue Tape to break up the color.
Add the Bingo Game piece, a sticker from the Crowded Attic collection, gold sequin stars, and Pen Nibs for fun.
Butterfly part of the post. I made these butterflies cut with Tim's Mini Butterflies die earlier. I added Alcohol Inks and Copper Metallic Acrylic Dabber.
They were kind of dull.....so today I stamped on them! Now this I like!!! Sprayed some Turquoise PP Mist on black chipboard....is that cool, or what?
That's it for today....can' wait to get up to Creative Cuts and Crafts this weekend! Classes are ready to go....and so am I.
Do you think they'd like some butterflies to play with??? Maybe I should cut out a bunch to take along....sounds like a plan.