Thursday, August 19, 2010

Stampin' Mist technique

While at convention this year, we learn a lot of new techniques and receive a lot of great tips and tricks to use to make your projects look really cool.

One of the main stage presenters demonstrated the following technique, in which I have created using two colors. I'm not crazy about the Cherry Cobbler one, but to give you an idea on the different color options (which are endless, by the way!), I went ahead and posted both the Daffodil Delight and the Cherry Cobbler. These are VERY basic, simple cards so that the technique was the focus of the card, rather than all the extra layers and embellishments.

Start by sponging a piece of white card stock, completely covering the piece with color. You can make the outer edges darker by sponging an additional darker color around the edges. Simply ink up your stamp with VersaMark. From a distance (arms length or so), spray your inked up stamp with Stampin' Mist (once should be enough). Then stamp the image onto your sponged piece of card stock. This is the effect you will get...SO COOL!

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