Friday, June 12, 2020

Let's Get Messy - Take 11


It's the 12th of June which means it's about to get messy on my blog. Okay, maybe not on my blog, but if you could see my fingers. 

Me oh my!

Barb, Kelly, Terry and I create cards for the Hot Mess Success challenge each month and share them on the 12th. Now, lest you think this is comfortable, let me assure you, it is not. LOL! I really am not a messy kind of gal. My mind doesn't even think that way. BUT that is exactly why I love the Hot Mess Success Challenge. It forces me out of my comfort zone.

I happened upon a video a week or so ago of a technique I decided I wanted to try. The video was shared by Honeybee Stamps. I tracked it down to the artist's blog, which you can see HERE.

Mindy was very thorough in her presentation and I had absolutely no trouble making a mess ummmm... executing the technique.

First I blended three colors of Ranger Distress Oxide inks onto a piece of white cardstock. Then I spritzed the back of a stencil and placed it on the blended paper. After resting there a couple of minutes, I carefully removed it and allowed the piece to completely dry before putting the rest of my card together.

It was fun to do and I suspect I'll use this technique again someday.




I hope Barb, Kelly, and Terry like my card.

Now let's head over to their blogs to see their messiness, too...




Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


Stamp Set: Taylored Expressions Simple Strips Background (and coordinating die)

Papers: Recollections Black and 110# White and SU Call Me Clover CS

Dies: MFT Stitched Mod Rectangle, Simon Says Bold Hello, and Spellbinders Lovely Lilac

Ranger Distress Oxide Inks: Faded Jeans, Lucky Clover, and Salty Ocean

Stencil: Fun Stampers Journey Vintage Screen

Embellishments: Eyelet Outlet Rhinestones 

6 comments:

  1. How Fun--another new technique for me to try. I love the colors you picked. Cute card!

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  2. Sounds like a fun technique and your card is so pretty! LOVE!
    Lynn

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  3. Sounds like a very interesting technique. I love the result on your card. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Jeanette this is a fabulous technique and the resultant card is a stunner - love it! Great work with your 'hot mess' card!
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  5. I've done this technique before, but have never achieved the awesomeness that you have.

    The secret is in the beautiful colours you used. A very elegant card.

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  6. I can't tell you how much I am loving my TE simple strips and dies!! Loving that amazing background! What beautiful work!!

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