Monday, 20 May 2013

masking digis using spray ink

print out the digi and the cut out a mask from copier paper
 place the mask over the digi and secure, I put a stone on the top and spray away. Add masks but be really careful with spraying water as this can make the inks run (see the dots on the eye of the purple grumpie.

have a white cat come far too near the spray
once dry the digis are ready to colour

Dylusions stamps were then added

I used digis - Dilly beans - heart monster and smeared ink lil grumpies - stumpie.
The rubber stamps were dylusions.
the inks sprays were the wonderful Dylusions sprays and the mask was a craft mask which I reversed as if gave that off balance madness to the proceedings.
I am entering this to the following challenges:
Dilly beans -anything dilly goes
cards in envy - make your own background
Eclectic Ellapu - anything goes



Zingaro Skoolie said...

Oh MY GOSH!! This is such a cool technique, I am going to have to try this…. and that ‘medication’ card…I may have found my first tattoo!! Thanks for sharing with CIE

Michelle Webb said...

Hope you're well EE? I've been a bit out of the loop lately. This is a great tip, love the results. Michelle xx

Jenn Borjeson said...

Oh these are fantastic, LOVE your technique. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for joining us at Dilly Beans. :)

SandeeNC said...

Awesome!!! Love those sentiments too! How does that cat stay so white? He looks a perfect back drop for some creative spraying! ( joking!! )waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥

Sandy Trefger said...

Fabulous background! Glad the white cat didn't get too close while you were spraying! Ha, ha. Thanks for joining in on our challenge at Cards in Envy!
visit my blog @ sandy's crafty creations

Rina said...

Great job!

Thanks so much for joining us this challenge at EE!!

Rina DT

Marilyn's Cricut Crafts said...

Great job on the background. Glad the white cat stayed back! Thank you for joining us at Cards in Envy! ~ Marilyn

Alexa said...

Great little tutorial with great results! Would have liked the cat to have got a little colourful too (or is that mean?!!) My 2 boys would have walked across my work so he's obviously very well mannered!! x

Claire Dale said...

Love your creation! Thank you for joining us at Ecelctic Ellapu this week!
Claire xx