Friday, October 25, 2019

MIX-ability Challenge: Splat!

It's my turn to host the MIX-ability challenge over at Splitcoast - I had seen this splat technique on Instagram recently, which led me to this blog post... I thought it would be a fun one to try! 

For this card I used some Peerless liquid watercolor and splatted it out with a syringe - it takes a little courage but I love the results! The colors are so intense!

The stamps I'm using today are from SumMore Fun - they are having a liquidation sale to make some room due to business adjustments, and I had to have these 2 sets... I'm always looking for something unique, and these fit a big hole in my collection for teenage boys! Great prices over there, if you're looking for something unique! The biker is from the Off Road set, and the skater is from a set called Freestyle Boarding. I mixed them up with some extra stamping (stamps from my line) and a little stenciling with the new Beads stencil from A Colorful Life Designs.

The splat medium on this card was a mixture of water, Brusho, and Lindy's Magical Powders (those have a little mica in them so that one has a pretty sheen).

That's all I know! Pop over to the Mix-Ability forum for my post and a quick process video! (Fun fact - I clipped my phone holder to a cooler in the garage and shot the video kneeling on the floor!)

Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. Fun cards, love the action of the splat, perfect with the sports images, Cathy x

  2. love these....great looking. I had never seen that company before, love the look of those stamps.
    x Karen

  3. My wallet is not loving you right now LOL. I had never seen that company either. I told them you referred me.

    What a perfect pairing the splat with the extreme sports. Love that. I see a case in my future. :)

  4. SO FUN!!!! LOVE the technique, Dina! AND your images are PERFECT!!! ;) WHY IS IT, the most messy techniques are the most fun???? LOL

  5. Awesome cards! Great technique.

  6. Wow! These are way cool! I've never seen that technique before but it looks awesome. Thanks so much for giving a shout out to SumMore Fun. Their stamps are awesome.