Good afternoon and welcome to the weekend! Today I have some tags to show you using distress stains and spray inks, both of which are fairly new to me but I love them! :)
This first tag uses broken china and fired brick Distress Stains (plus a bit of water sprayed on and some inky fingers!) for the background, with flourish stamps for the large flourish at the bottom and some Tim Holtz stamped script and chequers in the background (stamped with fired brick Distress Ink and brown StazOn). The butterflies are plain die cuts that were coloured with fired brick Distress stains and stamped with flourishes, with the body coloured with black Posca pen.
The Distress Stains are delightfully messy and I can't wait to get some more colours!
For the tags below, I used Dylusions spray ink in vibrant turquoise for the tag on the left, and a broken china Distress Stain for the tag on the right, through masks to make the backgrounds for the tags. The Dylusions ink works really well; I've tried a few spray inks but they haven't really worked the way I expected; well this one did! And the colours are awesome :) The brick mask is a Prima one, and the compass mask is by Creative Expressions.
For the brick tag I stamped the birds, tree and rushes from Andy Skinner's 'Nature' stamp set using black StazOn and then added vintage photo Distress Stickles to the rushes.
here for the blog post. I wish the sun would come out, those rusty brassy colours look great in the sunshine!
Andy is giving away some blog candy this weekend, so make sure you visit his blog to be in with a chance of some goodies!
Have a great weekend, stay scrappy! :)