Back again with day 3 of the February Uniko release introductions.
Today we are focusing on one of the background blocks - Graphitti!
For this example, I inked a panel with Blueprint Sketch DOx and then stamped the graffitti image with plain water to create the pattern. The water acts like bleach, removing some of the ink which you can mop up with a piece of kitchen paper. I also splashed a few drops of water over the panel to remove even more of the ink.
My top panel was cut using a double sided curved die and the panel trimmed down to size. A scrap of bright yellow card was also cut and then slipped behind the white panel to create added interest. My sentiment, from Wonderful Day was stamped in navy ink and embossed with clear semi dull EP and the white panels popped up over the distressed blue one, trimmed to size and added to a white base card.
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Well done you for using this stamp in a completely different way to the rest of us! Really shows how versatile it is.ReplyDelete
This is fab Julie - never tried to remove DOx with a watered stamp so will give it a go!ReplyDelete
Love this. Great technique too, works really well with this design xxReplyDelete
Hmmm! What a fantastic technique Julie and it looks an absolute treat on your card! Love the design and such inspiration.ReplyDelete
The water bleaching worked really well, I must try it with a stamp myself! Lovely CAS card!ReplyDelete
What an awesome design! Beautiful take on the versatile product! :)ReplyDelete
Fabulous ! With this technique the stamp looks even more to a graffiti ! So clever use of it ! Thanks so much for this beautiful inspiration. xReplyDelete
Bokeh beautiful! A marvelously unique way to showcase this stamp! Love it!ReplyDelete
I love the curved die and the way it sets of the stamping.ReplyDelete
Great technique with beautiful design, love it!ReplyDelete
Lovely cas card and great technique :)ReplyDelete
Awesome card, Jules, and a perfect way to use the colours. Thanks so much for playing along at Less Is More xxReplyDelete
a great showcase for this oh-so-versatile stamp! xReplyDelete
Julie, your wavy blue strip looks great! Such a fantastic way to put this background stamp in scene. Love this simple but stunning Distress Oxide technique.ReplyDelete
Hugs & Greetings from Wiebke (DT)