The first thing I thought of was tie-dye, so I had this idea to make a mask out of peace signs. I channeled my graphic design skills and created a mask on my computer. I then printed it onto cardstock and began the painstaking process of cutting out each of those signs. (that was seriously intense and time consuming) I then tacked the mask to my card front with a very small amount of tape and sponged over it using my sponge brayer. Here is the result:
I adore this card, the way the colors blended so perfectly and that little punched out heart on the side, ahhhh. It's really a shame because this is much softer and more beautiful in person. The sentiment was from a PTI Christmas set. After I finished this card, I decided that I spent all that doggone time on cutting out that mask, so I had better use it again. I made another card, but this time used my glimmer mist (which I have barely used since buying it). Here's how this one turned out:
I think it's great that using the same mask, I was able to achieve two completely different card styles...one more clean & graphic and the other more classy & elegant. Isn't that neat? Hope you had fun traveling back in time with me today. Peace out, dude!