Hello friends! Today I'm sharing a quick masculine card featuring Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Sprays and a resist technique.
I sprayed a wet watercolor panel with Iced Spruce Oxide spray and loosened the color even further with another spritz of water and dried. I spread Transparent Gloss Texture Paste through That's Crafty stencil and allowed the paste to dry overnight. I gave it one spritz of Vintage Photo Oxide spray, dried with a heat tool, and then blotted and polished the glossy areas with a paper towel to remove the excess spray.
I embellished with Ideaology: Milk Caps, Keepsakes Ephemera, old Collector Layers and Paper Doll as well as a scrap of Tim Holtz designer paper I stamped with a lid and Espresso Distress ink. I'm so happy you stopped by today! Hugs and blessings to you! Sara Emily
#THA_APR Well, I didn't do the exact same technique as Tim with Distress Glaze, but I'll give this a go since it still applies the same principles: resisting color.
Bleeding Art April Challenge - Add Stenciling Oh, my goodness, I almost forgot to link this up, and I used a stencil for the first time in who knows how long just for this challenge!
The following products were used and can be purchased at The Funkie Junkie Boutique: