Splatter three ways

Both the bg and the heart were pulled from my stash of previously made. I splatter the bg with black watercolor by tapping loaded #4 brush against stamping block then added white splatter by using 3 sizes of white gel pen and adding dots one by one. This works for me when I want a more controlled splatter. The heart was made with buff colored paste put through stencil on to black cs then fussy cut. I added glitter by spraying image with shimmer spray then sprinkling gold glitter. I had added a small amount of white glue when creating shimmer spray so it would stick, I thought this would keep the glitter stuck as well and it worked quite well. Added the printed sentiment with punched edges to a kraft cs tag. All is mounted on white cs base in a 5×7 size.

Challenges I am sharing this with

Rainbow Card: Nothin’ But Neutrals

CAS Mix Up: Splatters Inside has stamped sentiment

17 thoughts on “Splatter three ways”

    1. Years ago I bought a gallon of Elmer’s glue to make brown shipping paper wall paper and only used half of it. Now that glue gets used in tons of ways. For a small bottle of spray like 2oz. I would add 1/4 t. glue.

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  1. Beautiful mixed media card design, Bonnie. TFS the close up of all your splatters too. So much fun finding the right pieces from your stash for a project:-) So pleased you joined us at CAS Mix Up, my friend. Love and Hugs….Nancy

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  2. Beautiful mixed media card!!! Love it that you explain how you add splatters. I’m still struggling with mine. A great male card…
    Thank you for joining us at The Rainbow Card Challenge. Please join us next month, can’t wait to see your design.
    Elena DT

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  3. WOW! This looks amazing. I love your neutral colour combination and the splatters really add to the design. Thank you for sharing at CAS Mix Up!

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