Tuesday, January 11, 2022

MISTI: Switching Up the Look of A Stamp



I am up on the blog today and I absolutely had to use my MISTI for this technique. I had so much fun making this card as I used a technique that Dawn Woleslagle has taught a few times on her Facebook Lives. I used Lily Bouquet from Impression Obsession's latest release but I wanted to give this very well-defined stamp a different look. 

First, this is a cling stamp so I removed the foam pad from my standard sized MISTI. I mounted the stamp on the door and using daubers I sponged different colors of Distress Oxides onto the stamp. It is important to really daub color onto the various parts of the stamp. I then misted the stamp all over and then closed the door. I used Vicky Boutin Foundations Mixed Media paper for the stamping. I moved the stamp two more times and repeated the process in order to develop a background piece. This gives the stamp a fun, more modern, water colored appearance. 

Distress Oxides Used:
Dried Marigold, Squeezed Lemonade, Worn Lipstick and Picked Raspberries

I then die cut Smile once from Reverse Confetti's Rose card stock and twice from white card stock. I layered up the die cuts to make a more dimensional die. I stamped the sentiment from Slimline Typewriter sentiments using my MISTI and Versafine Onyx Black ink.

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