Stamping and Embossing over Surface Ink Spray
Hey Brutus Monroe Fans!
Jessica here! Today I'm showing a card using the Locomotive Surface spray on Aqua Pigment Paper. I did this by spraying my glass work surface with the Locomotive Surface spray and then spritzing with water. I set the Aqua pigment paper in to that puddle and let it sit there for a moment so that the paper could absorb the ink. I then pounced the paper a few more times to get a full coverage and blasted semi dry with my heat gun. Then I add more texture by repeating those steps; Pouncing the paper in to the ink and drying it. I even sprayed some of the Surface Spray directly on to the paper to get more smaller texture bits.
Once my Surface Spray background was dried I used the the Gilded embossing powder to heat emboss the Trick or Treat sentiment. Then added the Spiral Cloud background, stamping it with Alabaster white pigment ink. Which is also heat set so that I could stamp the bat from the Trick or Treat set with Raven detail ink.
I trimmed down my panel and added a layer of Raven detail ink behind it and adhered to a A2 card base.
This was such a fast Halloween card! I love all the texture and that dark steel blue from the Locomotive Surface Spray.
Thanks so much for joining me today!
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