I am starting this post on Tuesday but it will be Wednesday before I finish it. The day got away from me and I just didn’t finish in time.
This technique uses cardstock, craft glue, ink and a sponge. When you are finished your paper is supposed to have a distressed, vintagey look. It looked more like marble to me.
The first step is to put dots of glue randomly on your cardstock. I have 4 pieces of cardstock to experiment with, two are White Daisy and two are Colonial White.
I wasn’t sure how much glue was too much so on one , I added a bigger blob.
Wait for it to dry.
The second one with the big blob of glue started to buckle so I added something to the edges to weigh it down a bit.
Once dry you can choose your colors and sponge them on the paper. I used Sapphire, Lagoon, Glacier and Cocoa.
That’s it! I liked the 2 on the left the best so I used them to make 2 different cards. The 3rd one was the one with the blob of glue and I think it was too much. The last one looks like it has 2 deer on it. I don’t think the difference in color of the cardstock mattered much.