I started off by adding 15 drops of Tempting Turquoise Reinker, to my spritzer and filling the rest with alcohol. I was trying to create a graduated color effect, I also masked off areas of my page to add interest. To mask off areas of my page I simply cut some circles with my 2 1/2" circle punch, and 1 3/8" circle punch out of scratch paper and just placed on my paper before I started to spritz.
This is a closer view of the masked off areas. Once I spritzed, I pulled off my circles of scratch paper and had these fun little areas masked off!!
You can see when I spritzed the ink, there were some globby spots, I kinda liked the bigger spots. When I spritzed my page I stood up and sprayed my page that I placed on the ground (with a vinyl tablecloth underneath to protect my surface) from this distance the spray was more diffuse and it seemed to work out great!
Here I used the film frame to frame my sentiment. I really liked the way it turned out!! Give this a try and let me know ok!!
- Pre-planning your layout before masking off areas would be helpful.
- Maybe add more drops of reinker to get more of a pronounced color.
- It was super easy to clean up the vinyl tablecloth, just wiped it down
- Maybe try some different shapes to mask like create lines with paper, or geometric
- Maybe spritz with one color then spritz with another, to give kind of a cool effect (like a sunset, or beach)
Stamps: Yippee Skippee, Word Bubbles
Paper: Whisper White cardstock, Basic Black cardstock, Garden Gingham Designer Series Paper, Tempting Tourquiose cardstock
Accessories: Black Staz-on Ink, Film Frames Framelits, Word Bubble Framelits, Spritzer, Tempting Tourquoise Reinker, 2 1/2" Circle Punch, 1 3/8" Circle Punch