Friday, March 14, 2014

Simple Splash Technique

Happy Friday Bloggers!

I have a quick & easy tutorial for you today featuring A Muse Studio  Splash! Spray Inks and Stardust Finishing Spray. Hope you enjoy!

Here's how I created the sprayed background:

Grab a piece of scrap paper big enough to cover the top of the panel you are going to spray. (I used some cheap cardstock). To leave a white strip across my panel, I made sure the washi tape hung over my scrap paper about 1/4" evenly all the way across. Now you can spray the bottom of the panel.

Don't take the paper off...just flip it down to expose the top portion of the panel.

This will cover the bottom of the panel.

Now you're ready to spray the top of the panel.

Remove the scrap paper. Now spray with entire panel with Stardust Finishing Spray - if shimmer effect is desired.

Once dry, you're ready to stamp! Or... if you're impatient like me, dry it with your heat tool.

Other details:

Splash! Spray Inks have an opaque matte finish. You can leave it matte...or kick it up a notch with other I did with the Stardust Finish Spray. I love having so much versatility with my products!

Have you seen our NEW 2014 Spring Accessories Catalog and Inspiration GuideYou have GOT to check it out!  We have 4 NEW Splash! Spray Ink colors!!! BONUS --- These 4 New Splash! colors are being offered at a SPECIAL PRICE in the Spring Catalog. YEAH BABY!

 I'll be ordering about you?
If you have any questions about making this card or ordering products, shoot me an email:
Have a GREAT weekend!
 All supplies to create this card available from my A Muse Studio website HERE.

Stamps: Sunny Side of Life, Mad for Plaids
Inks: Mushroom and Wasabi, Versamark
Sprays: Splash! Wasabi and Papaya, Stardust Finishing Spray
Papers: Sugar Cardstock
Dies: Butterfly Trio
Tools: Milwaukee Heat Tool, Die Cut Machine
Misc: Diamond Glitter, Static Magic, White Embossing Powder, Washi Tape, 3D Foam Adhesive


Cathie said...

Love this. Gonna try it out tomorrow

Chelsea said...

that's an awesome way to do that ... thanks for sharing!

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America said...

Great tutorial and fab technique. Sooo very pretty!