Other: Stencil (Folk Art), gold splatters (LuminArte)
I applied several different Distress Inks on a panel of Bristol paper. Then I got worried that it might not even work for that technique but as you can see it did just fine. I spritzed a NBUS stencil from Folk Art with water and laid it on the panel. After lifting it off I dabbed it with a paper towel. There was no need to wait, the ink reacted immediately with the water. I cut around the blossom, spritzed it with gold. The border is from a very, very old Stampin' Up set (it says 1995 on it) and is gold embossed. The label sentiment is from Altenew. Didn't add anything else to keep it CAS.
Love this technique and want to try it with other stencils!
Challenges (click on the links for more information and lots of inspiration):
CAS Mix Up October Challenge
My choice is heat embossing and/or splattering
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge "Anything Goes"
Inkspirational #118 "Glamour"
Isn't this big rose with the gold splatters glamorous?
Thanks for stopping by and be well,