Happy June! Thursday is the last day of school for my girls and then it's time to jump into our summer schedule (that really snuck up on me fast!)
For my project, I took out my inks and brayer and used this technique I shared a while back that I call white ink resist.
I stamped the main images from Scattered Showers and Scattered Showers Additions in Fresh Snow ink onto kraft cardstock - this works on other colors of cardstock as well. I stamped some text from Background Basics: Text Style for a little more texture. Then I used my brayer to roll on the hybrid versions of Papertrey inks in Ocean Tides, Ripe Avocado, and Smokey Shadow. The effect looks like a rainy day sky. Where ever the images are stamped in Fresh Snow ink (pigment ink) resisted the other inks that were brayered over the top.
Finally, I stamped the rain drops from Scattered Showers Additions over the top of the images in Ocean Tides ink. I lover all of the textures and layered looks that are stamped on that one layer of kraft cardstock.
all supplies are from Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted
Rainy Day Sky Cards
stamps: Scattered Showers, Scattered Showers Additions, Background Basics: Text Style
ink: Fresh Snow, Ocean Tides, Ripe Avocado, Smokey Shadow
cardstock: kraft, white, Ocean Tides, Postmarks
other: Ocean Tides twill ribbon, white buttons, Double Ended Banners die, pewter brads (Creative Impressions), tiny attacher (Ranger), vanilla shimmer Smooch spritz (Clearsnap)
here are a few more projects that I have made in the past with the Scattered Showers sets...
A sweet paper pieced umbrella...
a rainy day card for a friend...
and a bit of sunshine to brighten someone's day :)