Hello everyone, for the February challenge of the Country View Challenges - Splatters, splashes and drips - I have made a tag with white and brown splatters.
And here is my tutorial.
I cut out a tag with the biggest die from MFT Stitched Tags set. I inked both sides with Ranger Distress Oxide inks (Stormy Sky, Tumbled Glass) and inked the edges with Ground Espresso ink.
Then I took one of my favourite stamps by Paper Artsy, this circle stamp and stamped on the surface to create a pattern. Then I heat embossed with white embossing powder.
After I splattered both sides with Walnut Stain Spray Stain, then with diluted white acrylic paint.
When it was dry, I stamped the image on the tag with Ground Espresso Archival ink.
The image was stamped on Copic paper, then I coloured with Copic Sketch markers. When I was ready with the colouring, I cut out with scissors and glued on the tag.
What I used:
PaperArtsy, Zini stamp, ZN36
PaperArtsy, Eclectica, Emma Godfrey stamp set (Fly), EEG24
MFT Die-Namics, Stitched Tags
Ranger Distress Oxide inks (Stormy Sky, Tumbled Glass)
Ranger Distress ink (Ground Espresso)
Ranger Distress Spray Stain (Walnut Stain)
Ranger Distress Archival ink (Ground Espresso)
Ranger embossing powder (white)
Copic Sketch markers
Idea-Ology, Snarky Sticker Book
Idea-Ology, Design Tape, Travel
If you have a project with splatters and/or splashes and/or drips, please don't hesitate to join our February challenge where you can win a £20 voucher!
With my tag, I would like to join the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes