Using masking fluid with a stencil can allow creativity with mists and inks. The fluid will keep areas of the project free of color, and then is rubbed off when you are finished.
ONE • After choosing the stencil I wanted for this layout, I placed it on the cardstock and used a brush to apply masking fluid (which forms a waterproof film). TWO • Once that dried, it was time to play with liquid inks. I sprayed brown and red mists over the stencil. THREE • Next, I rubbed with my fingers to remove the masking fluid. FOUR • I used stamps to make some black ink stains. FIVE • After finishing the stamping, I completed the layout with papers and embellishments.
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love is beauty Patterned paper: Prima; cardstock: American Crafts; flowers: Prima; mists: Distress Spray by Ranger; ink: Prima; stamps: Prima; other: ribbon, flowers, metal charms.
Published on Jul 13, 2015
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