Thursday, 10 January 2013

Design Team: Win Win

For this layout, Jaqi has used a resist technique using the Ranger acrylic paint dabber and Distress Inks on the tag.  As the acrylic paint is permanent once dry it becomes resistant to any distress inks that are applied over the top.


For the main body of this layout Jaqi has used Echo Park 'For the Record 2 - Documented' Doily patterned paper (reverse side), along with some small triangles of 'Borders' patterned paper (reverse side) for the corners.

Jaqi has used a piece of Intense Kiwi cardstock, which has been embossed with a Bingo card image and given a distressed look using the paint dabber.  The other 'Bingo' card is from the 'Borders' patterned paper (reverse side).  Catch up with Jaqi's blog here.

Using the same DT kit I have showcased four different layouts with techniques using the acrylic paint dabber.  I hope the past four days have inspired you to get your dabbers out and start painting!

Please leave a comment and I will enter your name into the blog candy draw.  Rules apply.  Thanks for stopping by.

5 comments:

  1. Great idea using the paint dabber with the distress inks to create a resist technique on the tag. Thank you for creating and sharing with us. Ann x

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  2. Thanks for the tip on dabber/distress ink. That bingo embossing folder looks great using that technique

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  3. Glad you found it helpful. I agree the embossed bingo card is great. Ann x

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  4. Interesting layout with some good tips

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  5. Love the bingo card. Thanks for the great idea!

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