20 March 2012

Day2: Chemistry 101


I love Blending Distress. Good quality of craft sheet is must have item for this technique. I have one too, but... I'm doing something very funny ... in stead of using craft sheet, I use backing paper of sticky back canvas, because that is more slick so that it's easier and better for me to move blending tools around and when full of colour is on it, I just through it away... I'm VERY lazy.

  

Although I love blending, I'm not good at Spritz & Flick Technique! This is the one I have to improve more. I wanted to have variety of Spritz shape...


but I've got only big blotches....  our professor Tim does beautifully and looks very easy! ... but... .well... I need more practice!




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6 comments:

Toni said...

Your blending is beautiful! I like how you stamped the quotes on too, they look lovely.

Karin said...

Love your blending and I'm sure that you will soon master the Spritz and Flick Technique perfectly!

Swr4him said...

Like the text that you added. TFS

Ann said...

Beautiful tags - love the colours you've used!
Ann-R x

Scrapthat said...

Doesn't look like you need any practice!

Gina piazza said...

I LOVE the way your 'flicks' are 'splotches' Your tags caught my eye right away. I love them; I am thinking of putting the wayer on with an eyedropper to get bigger drops on mine.

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