Hi, me again!
You may or may not have heard, but Tim Holtz is about to release a third instalment of creative chemistry classes, and in the run-up to that, those of us that have already completed creative chemistry 101 and 102, are encouraged to re-familiarise ourselves with the techniques before 103 goes live.
Today we're focussing on the first couple of distress ink techniques, and I decided to play with one of my favourite techniques to date, the blended spritz & flick.
The idea is to use 4 or more colours of ink. I used 7 on mine! Broken China, Mermaid Lagoon, Peacock feathers, Faded Jeans, Cracked Pistachio, Iced Spruce, and Ground Espresso.
Can you guess what kind of theme I'm going for? ;-)
This is the background:
And this is the tag fully decorated:
And finally, matted on a black card base to make a father's day card for my dad (who used to be in the navy, hence the sea theme):
The colours haven't photographed as well as I'd like, maybe I should have waited for daylight, lol.
Anyway, that's me. Can't wait to get stuck in with the rest!