So, there are the sprayed kind. The dripped from the tube of the spray bottle kind. The dripped from a wet paint brush kind. Or the kind that happen when you bang the wet paint brush against your other hand - but they usually end up somewhere you didn't want 'em. The ones you make with a stamp that nearly all the stamp companies have come out with in the past six months - but that's cheating, right? Or you just squish your Distress Inked BG into the remaining ink droplets on your craft sheet (that you misted with some water). That's how I got these red blotches. Callin' 'em splatters.
There is a challenge over at Craft Stamper mag for cards using splatters - a featured technique in this month's issue. Check it out.
My stamping was done with Crafty Secrets Cherubs set so I'm hooking up at Simon Says Stamp's challenge to use clear or rubber stamps. Some heat embossing and fussy cutting. Some woodgrain paper. Enamel dots (LOVE those things). Voila.
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Paper: PP Ursus, Simple Stories
Stamps: Crafty Secrets
Ink: Distress Ink, pigment ink
Other: clear embossing powder, enamel dots MME