Friday, July 16, 2021

Praying Tree

There are so many ways to splatter your background. You can flick your brush, tap your brush against your finger, spritz it a bit, drop you ink, etc... What do you do to splatter your background? My favorite is the one I create by accident and pretend that it was intentional.

   Thoughts & Prayers
   Gorgeous Grunge

   Crushed Curry A-2
   Whisper White 5-1/4 x 4 (2)

   Archival Basic Black
   Baked Brown Sugar
   Crushed Curry


   Antique Brass Hodgepodge Hardware
   Chocolate Chip Ribbon (16")

First, I splattered my background using Crushed Curry and a tea stain ink. The Gorgeous Grunge stamp set also includes a splatter stamp, so I used that one too.

Next, I stamped my image and sentiment using Baked Brown Sugar.

I added some hardware around the sentiment, and pierced the brads through the panel.

I then wrapped 16" of ribbon around the card and tied it using a double knot. I trimmed the edges of the ribbon.

I then adhered this panel onto the Crushed Curry card base and adhered the Whisper White panel to the inside of the card.

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  1. Sally, the splatters look fabulous on this card. Very pretty!

    1. Thank you so much, Jeanette. The best are the ones that were created by accident. Thanks for stopping by here.

  2. This is a very beautiful card. I love the spatter.

    1. Thank you so much, Fonda. I appreciate you stopping by here and sharing your kind words. I like the way the splatter breaks up a drab background.

  3. I love this stamp set from SU. It has been a while since I used it but it always makes for great cards. Super job highlighting your sentiment with that wonderful frame too.

    1. Yes, Lisa. I still have plenty of hardware to use. Thanks for your kind words and taking the time to visit.