Saturday, May 2, 2009

Ink Spray and Smash!

I love this technique! The other day was my boss' birthday and we bought her a Vera Bradley Garment Bag so I put together a card to match the colors in the pattern. This is such an easy technique to use, just drops of reinker, spraying water and smooshing between two pieces of glossy cardstock.

Here is the inside....I have to pull out the set to see which set I used for the sentiment.

The flowers are from the Stitched Exotics set.

Sorry for the short post, but I have a very very very very bad sinus headache (you know, the kind where your eyelashes hurt?) Have a great night!

8 comments:

Barb said...

This is so cool! I love the technique and the matching flowers. Very pretty card. I hope you are feeling better by the time you read this.

Lorie said...

Wow!! That is a great technique, and yet another one that I haven't tried. I love the look. This is a beautiful card! What a stunner!! I hope you are feeling better soon. I know how you feel. I've been fighting sinus problems and allergies since the trees started budding. It will thankfully be over soon, and so hopefully will my sinus ailments. Take care, rest, and feel better my friend!!

MiamiKel said...

This is truly lovely - I have heard of this technique but haven't tried it yet and yes, Vera all the way! It's spot on! Feel better soon!

Macpurp said...

oh i hope you feel better soon!!!
I know how sore that is. ( do you eat/drink much dairy? My sinus problems are much better since I gave them up!)

this is sooooooooo beautiful! i love this card so much!

will have to give it a go.

love tina x

Ann said...

Lauri, this turned out SO cool! I love the dew drops on flowers, too!

6 wacky women said...

Love that technique, Lauri.
Gorgeous colors and flowers.

Karen x

specialcraftmom4 said...

Beautiful background! I am sure she was really impressed with her card (:

Lorraine said...

Beautifully done. The background is lovely and those flowers are perfect. I'm going to have to give this a try myself.

 
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