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Artist Boy I made my paper by splodging blue and white acrylic paint thickly onto some paper, adding stars so when you peel them off, you can still see their outline, then covered it with some matt shimmering vanish.Once dry, I scanned it, then added the digi on the computer, printed it all out together, cut to size, coloured it with Promarkers, added the boarder, then added that to the card over the painted back paper. (so I've used both scanned and the original paper. I've also added candi, gems, eye-lashwool, and ribbon. The 'real' paint looks brighter as it shimmers, but the printed one is nice too, and can be re-sized and re-used!
This time I made my background by first stamping a piece of A4 white card all over with my new toy - a Fiskars stamping wheel which I got at a bargain price in the sale. I only have the stamp that came with it, and I got pretty messy using that. Then I sprayed over the card with Glimmer Mist in Saphire blue and Bronze.
This image called A Little Bird Told Me is from Bugaboo. Printed spotty grosgrain ribbon from Crafty Ribbons.
For this card I used a Little Bird Told me and Ladybug stack, both from Bugaboo, kinda cute I think! Again ribbon is from Crafty Ribbons.
The Glimmer Mist got me! The nozzle was blocked and I used my pokey tool to work on it, before that I had tried spraying so it was pretty pumped up - and suddenly, while I was studying it, the spray released all over me! Good job I was wearing an old dark blue fleece, this is my hand, and it won't wash off!
For my background I used Glimmer Mist and then spray with water to remove the mini mister dot shape. After that, I used different colors of Adirondack Alcohol Ink and disperse with water. Then again Glimer Mist, water and baby wipes. Still wet, I used Gesso and stencil and mark an dragonfly and I waited for from absorbing different background colors. Finally with Distress Ink in various colors, color my digi stamp paste it.
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