I have one more tissue paper card (for now) to share with you.
I had seen this tissue paper by Tim Holtz and was intrigued about it.
It's quite heavy for tissue and coated so it acts differently than regular tissue paper
but it was fun to use nonetheless.
I cut a piece and glued it on a piece of cardstock with Distress Collage Matte Medium.
Since one of the requirements at CAS Mix Up is to use stamping, I thought
I'd stamp a flower on the tissue.
I had the Light Touch stamp out for another project so I inked it up
with some Festive Berries and Mowed Lawn Distress ink and stamped it in the corner.
I masked the edges with sticky notes so the flower would only be on the design part.
I let it dry, or thought I did.
Unfortunately, the coating on the tissue or the Matte Medium kept it from
drying like I though it would. So smudges ensued!
Out came the splatters.
It's amazing how they can make a smudge look like it was done on purpose!
The background butterfly is cut from vellum with a black topper.
The whole design is popped up on fun foam.
is open until the 24th.
I used tissue paper, stamping, splattering, die cuts and vellum.
Challenge is open until the 24th.
This printed tissue was fun, but I think the tissue leftover from packages
is just as much fun.
I just may go and stamp some.....
Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.
Stamps: Light Touch (PB)
Ink: Festive Berries, Mowed Lawn (DI)
Paper: Neena, Mixed Media (S), Melange Tissue Wrap (TH)
Other: Collage Matte Medium (D), Moonlight and Kaleidoscope Butterfly dies (MB)