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Monday, April 17, 2017

Scrap board with Mixed Media with Alcohol splash

Hello Dearies , 

I would like to bring it to your notice that I do not live in Bangalore anymore .
A lot has changed with the relocation to Birmingham U.K, I cannot wait to explore the tremendous options here. You can expect a lot of updates coming your way through me from here. It would be amazing if you guys have any recommendations/must visit craft stores in U.K- will be awaiting for your replies 


I am today here with my creation using Itsy Bitsy's newly launched 'Gold Alcohol Splash '.

The wonderful range of Itsy Bitsy Gold Alcohol splash can be used in endless number of combinations both on porous as well as non-porous surfaces like paper, glass, metal and more.These vibrant hues in spray bottles are great for card making, scrapbooking, mixed media, altered art , bottle art and much more.

The Gold Alcohol splash sprays give excellent coverage on porous as well as non porous surfaces. Few puffs of these sprays add vibrant gold splash on glossy paper & on porous card stock. It renders an amazing shimmer, which is hard to capture on camera.



My creation today is totally an effect of my trip this weekend to the sea aquarium and goes as part of my family scrapbook.

 The trip has inspired me to go overboard and be bold with my creation, I chose the colours for the project with my son's help, so this is a team effort ! 




Here I have tried to recreate a underwater scene for the background on the canvas! I love the shades and how sparkly they are due to the gold effect ...... so perfect for the Sea theme , what say? 



I began with directly using the spray on the canvas , totally love the effect. 











Instantly used the blending solution to give the special effects and lighten the shades wherever I felt it was necessary, got to work quickly as these inks dry very fast. 









Once again I sprayed the same three colors, this time to create stains and and let them dry.
Once dried, they start looking like the jelly fishes we saw at the aquarium 







Further, I added chipboard elements to go with the theme and that highlights the photo .


To add to its effect, I have coloured the chipboard mermaids to go with our family picture , I totally love the way it turned out .







These sprays are so fun to play with !




As I place it on our side table I can actually admire the shine and the shimmery gold shades on it! Totally worth it!!






I hope to have inspired you to join us at the Itsy Bitsy's challenge this month. 



Good day


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