Artistic Avenger

A Litte Inspiration and Embossed Splatter Tutorial

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I was looking in a home decor magazine the other day and saw a combination of colour that I just had to try to duplicate. Here it is:

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I just thought this looked so rich and elegant and I had to try to copy it. Although now that I think about it, it is very similar to the Wanted card I did recently….oh well. When thinking about what I wanted to do, I also wanted to use some embossed splatter. WHAT? Yes, embossed splatter. Here is how you do it!

Here are all the tools you’ll need to complete this project:

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Stamp your cardstock with any images you’d like. In this case, I stamped the flowers from Garden Silhouettes in Very Vanilla craft on River Rock. Then, you get your versamarker and put it into your spriter tool.

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Then, spritz your cardstock randomly and you’ll see versamark “splatter”.img_3227-medium1.jpg

Cover the entire piece of cardstock with embossing powder, in this case I used detail gold.img_3228-medium1.jpg

I went a little spritzer happy, next time, I’ll pull my spritzer further away. Now, pull out that heat tool and heat up the page. This is what you are left with.img_3230-medium1.jpg

And here is the completed card. I’m quite happy with the result, now I just need to find someone to send it to!

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4 thoughts on “A Litte Inspiration and Embossed Splatter Tutorial

  1. Oh, I really like the look of this card, especially the vanilla on river rock. I never would have thought. Did you heat set it first?

    Thank you for sharing
    Tara

  2. What a great idea! I never would have thought to use the VersaMarker in the Color Spritzer! This card is so beautiful! I love the soft colours.

  3. Wow I haven’t seen this one yet. This is way to cool. Thanks for the easy to follow instructions.

  4. Beautiful! Love the look of the gold spatters!

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