A Different Way To Apply Sprays with Di Garling

Hi there, thanks for calling by. Today I have a layout to show you where I have used a slightly different way to apply my sprays !! I have used Lindy’s Merci Bouquet Mint & Alpine Ice Rose sprays. Be sure to watch the video below, where I show you a super easy, but different way, to apply your sprays.

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 I have also used two different colours Lindy’s Embossing Powders to colour up my chipboard.  I used Lindy’s  Guten Tag Teal & Bratwurst Brown Embossing Powders on my 2Crafty Chipboard.

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Here you can see close up how good the  “Merci Beaucoup” embossing looks on the title.

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Spray directly onto the stencil & then use the stencil to stamp your paper.

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Dry paper in between different colours so that they don’t mix & end up muddy.

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Then repeat this process with a different colour to achieve a nice blend.  Then Dry it again.

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Apply some texture paste randomly with another stencil.

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Coat chipboard foliage with embossing ink & then lightly sprinkle with Merci Beaucoup Mint embossing powder. Heat set.
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Now apply more embossing ink to foliage & sprinkle with Bratwurst Brown embossing powder. Heat set. Heat emboss title with  Merci Beaucoup Mint embossing powder.

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Make up a wash with some water & a little Opal Sea Oats Magicals & brush this around the flowers, photo & chipboard. Spritz with water to blend & spread colour.

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I have also made a video tutorial of this process so you can try it for yourself.

Lots of gorgeous sprays & textures on my background too.

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Well that all from me today.

Until next time.

Cheers Di Garling

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