Saturday, 19 December 2015

Cracked by Donna Gray


Hello everyone, 

Donna here today with some Brusho fun with a straw.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

What To Do:

 
Take a piece of Strathmore Mixed media paper, sprinkle your chosen colours of brushos and spritz with water. Use a straw to blow the colours around, dab with kitchen roll, dry with heat gun.
 
Stamp a Lost Coast Designs image (isn’t this one lovely) onto the background with black Archival ink.
 
Next, take the Tim Holtz crackle stencil, apply black Distress ink through it for the cracked glass effect.
 
Lastly, stamp a word from the Crafters Companion Texture set.
 
Adhere to black card, then mount onto white cardstock and you’ve got an easy but very atmospheric card.
 
 
As this is my last post before the Christmas festivities begin, I’d like to say a Happy Christmas to everyone and thank you all for the lovely comments you leave me each week, I do really appreciate it ;)
 
 

Supplies Used:

 
 
 
Hope you like it
 
Donna x

10 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful card, Donna. I am awe, looking at that background.The beautiful lady's image fits perfectly there!
    Pinned on my board, thanks for inspiration!

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  2. Wow! Love this one!
    Love
    Amanda x

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  3. An amzing card Donna! I am thrilled about it!

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  4. A really gorgeous card Donna and so full of textured stamping and stencilling which give a beautiful layered look.
    Fliss xx

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  5. Wow! What a fantastic inky effect with the straw blowing - fab!
    Alison x

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  6. Classy and gentle grungy card Donna - love it!
    Brushos are fab with the straw :)
    Think I'm going to have to add that stencil (and more of course) to my New Year wants list... Gill xxx

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  7. This is just gorgeous, Donna! The crackle effect really gives this card a lot of class (as do the Brushos)!

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  8. This is just gorgeous, Donna! The crackle effect really gives this card a lot of class (as do the Brushos)!

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