Then I thought I would use a similar background and do a different theme.
This technique came about as I inked the Grungeboard on the above page with white pigment ink, and it went over the page, and gave it an amazing look, so on this page, I wet the page with a very watered down version of Claudine's paints, and then added Aged Mahogany and Vintage photo Distress inks to the wet page. I then smooshed on a Ranger Snow Cap inkpad and spritzed it and the effect is fabulous! It reacts to the wetish distress inks and gives it an ethereal feel. Is this a new technique?
Thank you Hilda for the Challenge. Oh I almost forgot I have the goodies to give to someone who posted on my Birthday post! I used Mr Random to pick a winner, and
came out of the hat ( sorry computer!) The number chosen was number 7! How amazing was that! the date of my Birthday, and my lucky number ! , oh and I forgot but I share my Birthday with Mr Holtz too! I am so much younger than him!! lol
Congratulations! and please email me your snail mail address and I will post you off your package of goodies.
Hope the snow isn't too bad in your part of the world, we have rather a lot, and I am supposed to go to Salisbury tomorrow to pick up DD, so am sitting here contemplating whether to go or not!
Hugs and keep warm