Thursday, 28 May 2015

Spritzed


Morning.
Are you up for another blue card....more Brushos?

The challenge this a.m. at Splitcoast was to make a card using one of your favourite tools.  I have to say that one of my fav tools is my Mini Mister.  I use it for most cards to spray water onto my stamps or backgrounds to help blend the colours.

I began by stamping my Penny Black stamp called Circular Design with Versamark ink then heat embossed it with white embossing powder.  Then I sprinkled on Brushos and sprayed with water.  The embossing acts like a resist and I love the way the paint pools in different areas around the embossing.
I cut the panel and added it on a tilt to my card front for interest.  
Lastly, I stamped the sentiment from a new set by Penny Black called Spinkles and Smiles to finish off my card.

Simon Says- ANYTHING GOES

Addicted To Stamps- ANYTHING GOES

The Crafter's Cafe- ONE FOR THE BOYS

Stampavie and More- BOYS



Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Supplies:  stamps- Penny Black/ Mini Mister/ Brusho/ wh eb powder/ heat tool/ Memento bl ink

16 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Karen!! You are a bad influence on me...which I love by the way! lol. I finally broke down and ordered the Brusho 12 pack starter kit yesterday! Thanks so much for the inspiration. hugs :)

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  2. Love this beautiful bold colored card Karen!
    Cheers!
    Suchi xx

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  3. Lovely card, perhaps it's time I got some Brushos! Karen x

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  4. This is stunning, Karen. I love the blues and of course the watercolours and indeed the layout. All of it!

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  5. Just amazing, Karen, with these wonderful circle designs and your gorgeous BLUE background!!! And, yes, your Mini Mister sure gets a workout and adds such a lovely touch!! Hugs, sweet friend! (Guess you know some of my favorite tools...need to work on a card, I guess!)

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  6. This is fabulous. I like how you got the deep blues with this one.

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  7. Beautiful background for the card and another great way to use the water color crystals.

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  8. Oh my ! This is gorgeous :)

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  9. That is sooo pretty the way the resist leaves the patterns with the variations of blue, almost has a kaleidoscope effect!!

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  10. The spritzer has helped to make a fab background to go with the embossed panel stamp.
    Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM. :)

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  11. No flowers, Karen? ;) This just shows how well the Brushos work with any stamp. I love the panels tipped, too.

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  12. Gorgeous card Karen! What a fabulous panel and wonderful design! Love it!!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

    hugs...
    Melissa

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  13. I really love your design Karen!! The blue background with the off-set angle is so cool!! Thanks for sharing your creation with us at Addicted to Stamps & More! Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*-DT member

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  14. Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at The Crafters Cafe, good luck!!! Amy DT

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