Hello all... I have to be quick today - piles of boxes await me! Unusually for me, I've a card for you, and again I was playing with the lovely new Artistic Outpost set, Hayride.
There's really no need for a how-to on this one, as you've seen a "naked" version of this card already, so you can see the steps towards it here as Leftovers. And if you want to know how I masked the images, you can find that out here.
So that should leave us with a very quick post today...
The images are stamped in Plum Archival - such a fun colour to play with - and Sepia.
They're stamped on a book page which has had a rough coat of heavy gesso.
Once I'd arranged all the layers and glued them down I got going with some spritzing and spraying.
Not sure I can remember the precise colour combinations any longer, but they were mists and inks from a fantastic Polish shop, 13Arts.
I love how the resist on the canvas (Prima - also leftover from my workshop with Finnabair) comes singing to the foreground once you add colour.
I tell a lie... there is something on this card that isn't on the naked version.
I started by doing some clear embossing on the kraft card background, using the ledger stamp from the Ephemera Backgrounds.
I do love a bit of embossing to catch the light...
Okay, so that's as quick as it gets round here, I guess.
Hope you're all well... I'm still having trouble fitting in much blog visiting - but I will be back! Have fun in the meantime, and I'll see you soon.
I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.
From Anne of Green Gables by L.M.Montgomery