Today I have the second technique from my Facebook Live video last weekend. This technique was shared by one of the Artisan Design Team members on the Stampin’ Up! page – I think on the Instagram account. If you don’t follow Stampin’ Up! corporate on social media you should. The Artisan design team has amazing creations and fun techniques that they share regularly.
This one also uses the Glossy card stock like my Ink Scrape Technique card. But for this one we are using a Window Sheet and Stampin’ Blends to create our background. You’ll also need some rubbing alcohol in a spritzer. And paper towels. This could get messy.
Be sure you watch my Facebook Live video from Sunday, April 7th and you can see this technique in action and how I finished this card.
Watch the video here – Facebook Live April 7th
I cut my piece of window sheet to be slightly larger than my piece of Glossy White card stock. Using Stampin’ Blends scribble spots of color on the window sheet. I used the dark version of Bermuda Bay, Granny Apple Green and Pineapple Punch. Use paper towels to protect your work surface and lay the window sheet down with the ink facing up – spritz with rubbing alcohol. Now lay the Glossy Card Stock facedown in the ink. If needed flip them over and you can see where you need to smoosh around to blend the colors and fill empty spaces. You can see this in my video.
- #142314 Window Sheets
- #144240 Glossy White Card stock
- #131197 Bermuda Bay Card stock
- #100730 Whisper White Card stock
- #121045 Basic Black Card stock
- #146877 Granny Apple Green Dark Stampin’ Blends
- #147030 Pineapple Punch Dark Stampin’ Blends
- #144579 Bermuda Bay Dark Stampin’ Blends
- #126185 Stampin’ Spritzers
- #144220 Clear Rhinestone Basic Jewels
- #148536 Butterfly Beauty Dies
- #148796 Well Said stamp set
This is another technique that is fun to try in different color combinations. I tried a few others but this was my favorite for this card. You will get different results every time. Below you can see the card from the video as well as the earlier one that I made.
I hope you enjoyed these fun techniques. Try them at home and let me know how they work for you.
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