While trying to dilute the Colorwash sprays, I tested on a piece of Mixed Media paper.
It's not pretty, but works pretty well for die cuts. Especially one like this
Concord & 9th delicate butterfly.
I added some shimmer spray to it too. It shimmers prettily when the light hits it.
I'd like to add that I have a wonderful cutting plate for my Big Shot.
Nancy Stislow sent it to me and it makes those delicate dies cut like butter!
It is saving me a lot on cutting plates too. I was having to replace them frequently.
Between cutting sets for classes and the class participants themselves, my Big Shot gets
a lot of heavy use. If you're interested, I'll be glad to connect you with Nancy.
Less is More is having a two week challenge.
It's a RECIPE CHALLENGE: USE SOMETHING TACTILE
I have embossing paste, a die cut and sequins.
The challenge this month at CAS Mix Up is
I have stamping, Spraying, Die Cut, and Stenciling with Texture Paste
(This stencil doesn't seem to be available anymore. I've looked and looked for it.
It's my favorite so I just have to use it occasionally.)
Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.
Stamps: Script Sentiments #1 (Inky Antics)
Ink: Rich Razzleberry (SU)
Paper: Solar White (Neena 110 lb.), Rich Razzleberry (SU)
Other: Floral and Flutter Die (C&9), Tim Holts Colorwash Spray, Vanilla Shimmer Spray (?), Scraped Paint Stencil (retired Memory Box), Moonshine Sequins (SSS)