Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Spritz Resist Technique: Snowflake Christmas Card

This technique was demonstrated on stage at the Lansing Regional Seminar in November. I can't remember what images they used or what the card looked like, I just jotted down the basic steps in my notebook and had a vision of this card in my head.

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I don't have time for a video right now, but it's on my to-do list for this week, so stay tuned! Can't wait? Here's the basic steps:
  1. Die cut shapes with cardboard (I used the cardboard from Designer Paper) and lay them on a piece of Whisper White cardstock. (For this card, I stamped the snowflake images first.)
  2. Fill the Stampin' Sprizter with rubbing alcohol and reinker (I used Island Indigo). Quickly Spritz over the cardstock. 
  3. Remove cardboard shapes and allow to dry completely.
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1 comment:

Julie J said...

Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing! Definitely going to have to try this technique!