Sunday, May 8, 2011

Cards using a Bubble Wrap background technique

I'm still playing around with the Paper Artist Online group challenges for National Scrapbooking Day.  I had seen this done and decided to play - I just just dripped some different alcohol inks onto the bubblewrap and then placed the black cardstock ontop and made sure it picked up the inks.  After it dried, I used an old stiff toothbrush and flicked some white paint onto the paper.  All the papers and embellishments are from Club Scrap.  I hope you enjoy.





See you next time around - and I hope everyone has had a great Mother's Day - I did receive phone calls from All 3 of my daughters :)

5 comments:

Julie said...

Diana, these came out so cool! I think I know what the problem was that you were having. I think it helps to dab off some of the excess paint either on a paper towel or roll some of it with a brayer. It makes for a clearer bubble image.

I think you have came up with another cool look!

Julie said...

WOW, that came out pretty cool Diana!

Gerri Herbst said...

Fabulous technique! Lovely card too.

Beth Norman said...

Very cool. I love how you put the colour over the black. Very rich. Yummy too.

Terry said...

Oh that is so cool and right up my alley! Love this and the touch of splattered white paint is perfect!