Thursday, 12 April 2012

Enjoyable Scrunching - Annette Goatley (nettyscraftings)

This month we are using water in our projects so thought I would show you how I made the background for this card.


First I took a sheet of A4 good quality copy paper and spray misted it with water,  swiped it over with Distress Inks, then scrunched it all up.  Rollered out and it looked like this. (If you haven't got a Speed Roller a Rolling Pin will do)


After it was dry, added some more Distress Inks then let that dry.  Finally I added Inka Gold and Inka Copper rubbing it into the paper.


Other products used: Embossing Folder, T Holtz Die Cut, Ribbons from Stash and Gold Stickles.
Stamp by: Lost Coast Designs - The Swimsuit Girl

Altered the Swimsuit to a Dress with the left over Scrunched Paper, pretty neat don't you think...lol

You can have so much fun with water and it doesn't have to be difficult to get a smashing effect.
Looking forward to seeing your creations for the challenge.
Take care and will see you soon, Hugs Annette x

12 comments:

  1. love this Annette,what a gorgeous image...great background.xxx

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  2. Fabulous technique Netty, will have to try this, love the colour too. xx

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  3. what a wonderful technique, I'm so gonna have to have a go at that it lokks brilliant. Love your us of stong colours, I so need to get out of my pastel comfort zone....lol
    hugs

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  4. Wonderful colours and textures, brilliant Netty! x

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  5. Brilliant texture, Netty and I love that skirt, lol x

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  6. Oh love this, sounds like a great technique and I love the idea of changing the swimsuit into a skirt! I swear that lady looks like Diane from Dylusions.... and her hat just makes her classy and not fat at all:o)

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  7. Such wonderful colour and texture. Love it!

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  8. Just love the colours and design Annette, a really gorgeous card and great techniques.
    hugs {brenda} xox

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  9. Lovely project Annette :) so bright and cheerful
    Von x♥x

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  10. Thank you so much for coming over here to have a look and leaving such lovely comments, Annette x

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  11. I just love how you did that background.. So cool my friend..

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