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Spring Spritz

 Spring Spritz

The air is feeling a bit spring like around here but with plenty of snow on the ground so I am not really in spring mode yet. This card, however is definitely a taste of spring with its fresh greens and white.

I have used this technique numerous times, usually in either a horizontal or vertical panel. I mask it first then emboss several of the floral images I’ve chosen in clear e.p. Then I stamp the image again in several shades of one colour, filling the space randomly. Next I sponge with the same inks usually leaving an area almost unsponged as this ends up looking like the source of light or some sunlight breaking through clouds. This time I decided to use a torn mask as I sponged to create the appearance of hills. Finally I spritzed some Tsukineko Fireworks spray in Bamboo Leaves which added some droplets and a shimmer. It was my first use of Fireworks spritzers and I think I sprayed a little more than just my card panel!

Supplies:

Stamps:  Blooming Garden, A Bunch PB)
Inks: Memento New Sprout, Pear Tart, Bamboo Leaves & Versafine Olympia Green(Tsukineko)
Also: Tsukineko Bamboo leaves fireworks

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11 Comments on “Spring Spritz”

  1. Gabby says:

    Oh-so-pretty all in green w/the white blossoms! Like your masked hills. TFS your art! 🙂

  2. Janet Castle says:

    LOL, I’ve done that too! Regardless, your card is lovely!!!

  3. Clelie says:

    I am sooo in the mood for spring and this is a refreshing reminder that it is around the corner!
    I love it!

  4. Marja says:

    Marvelous work Heather. Really spring and a beautiful technique and design
    lovely greet
    Marja

  5. Rachel Bg says:

    Very pretty! I have to try this technique!

  6. Dianne says:

    GORGEOUS, what a beautiful card, I love the technique too, thanks for sharing you inspiration and have a great day…

  7. Anne from France says:

    WOWZA!!!!!!

  8. Mary H. says:

    I’m with Anne of France..WOWZA!!! It does indeed look fresh & springish…and lovely.

  9. Lindsey says:

    Yes, spritzing/misting — not a tidy technique. 😀 But fun! Thanks for this spring-like card today, Heather!

  10. Isabelle P. says:

    Elle est magnifique cette carte printanière !


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