Spritzing, Stains and Sketches

I did get to making some cards this afternoon after the marathon quilting session yesterday. I’ve had a go at combining a couple of challenges again – the ‘Less is More’ sketch has a square centrepiece and sentiment, with lots of white space recommended. The other challenge is a new one to me – a ‘Seriously Creative Challenge’, hosted by Creative Accents, to do something with stains or sprays. Here are my creations:

As you might guess, the results of my experiments can be somewhat variable! The sprays used are Dylusions Ink from Ranger in Black Marble and I used Bubblegum Pink on a Magenta stamp as a watercolour stamp ink. I can guarantee my fingers are stained, as is quite a lot of stuff on my desk – the overspray is a nightmare – until I decided to create a spray booth in a cardboard box. The sentiments are all printed in Archival Jet Black and are from the WOW! Everyday Sentiments clear stamp set.

13 thoughts on “Spritzing, Stains and Sketches

  1. The flower images are great Neil… I love how you have offset them in the squares. Great inkiness too!
    Thanks so much
    “Less is More”

  2. These cards are brilliant! I love the contrast of the black spray on the white background! I’m so glad you joined us @ Creative Accents Challenges!

  3. INCREDIBLE!!! Love the colour combo, and the spray looks wonderful! Thanks for joining us at Seriously Creative Challenges, hugs, Roxy.

  4. I love the results of your spraying experiments Neil and the pink flower is the perfect punch of colour.

  5. What a fun, pretty card set! I just got back from Ranger U and had so much fun learning from Dyan and using her Dylusions sprays… love the bold colors! Thanks so much for playing along at our Seriously Creative Challenge! Hope you’ll join us again in May!

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