Hey there! It’s Kerry with you today. After a few weeks of holidays and getting the kids back to school its time to get back into the craft room for some serious play…errr, I mean work time! Today’s project features some of the gorgeous Lindy’s sprays and Embossing powders.
To start my page, I have selected a couple of Whichcraft stencils and some Distress micro glaze. Its a bit hard to see as the micro glaze is a clear ‘creme’ but I have applied it to my page through a stencil, this will act as a resist to the sprays.
I have selected 2 sprays that I think work well together and are 2 of my all-time faves, TiffanyLou Blue and Luscious Lime. Over the stenciled area spray a generous amount of water, then add your chosen colors to reveal the resist area.
I have painted a chipboard star with black gesso, making sure my application of the gesso was textured and thick. To the wet gesso I have added Morning Glory Azure and Cleopatra’s Copper embossing powders making sure to leave a little of the black showing. Using the heat gun, melt the embossing powder and dry the gesso at the same time for added texture.
Look at that yummy texture 🙂
Add a little background stamping to the page using archival ink.
To finish off I have added some black splashes of ink, a word sticker and layered the star onto another piece of Whichcraft chipboard.
- Sprays: TiffanyLou Blue and Luscious Lime
- Embosing Powder: Morning Glory Azure and Cleopatra’s Copper
- Whichcraft Chipboardand stencils, micro glaze, archival ink, stamp, sticker, gesso
Thanks for dropping by and have a magical day!