Sunday, April 23, 2017

Acrylic Distress

E. Marie here today to share an easy technique I used on today’s card.  It is called Acrylic Distress and it creates a great framing around your image or sentiment.

You start with a piece of cardstock and simply brush white acrylic paint around the edges.  After it dries, you sponge ink along the edge of the paint and wipe off any access.  For my card I used a light blue piece of cardstock and happened to have a little pink waterc0lor paint left in my brush so it gave this lovely light pink edge.  Don’t you love when a mistake creates something awesome.  I used brown Distress Ink to sponge around the paint and it looked great with the light pink paint.

The new Relaxing in the Sand image was stamped with brown Memento Ink in the center.  This was layered on blue and brown.

The sentiment is the new The Voice of the Sea.  This was stamped on another piece of light blue cs and layered on brown.  I sponged the brown Distress Ink on some white sheer ribbon for my bow.

I think you will enjoy this technique because it is very easy and not real messy.  I love how it looks.

E. Marie

1 comment:

  1. This is so neat, Marie. You know I will be tryouts no this! Your card is lovely.