A Sprinkle Of Salt {Two Ways}

Sunday, August 25, 2013

I used the salting technique two ways on this card.  The Fillable Frames #10 was die cut from a sheet of Rustic White cardstock that was water colored with all 5 ink colors and then salted.
The ice cream scoops were die cut from a sheet of paper that had been stamped with a Green Thumb flower stamp, dotted with white glue, sprinkled with salt, and finally water colored.

 
I have a few more to share with you today!



Cardstock: WP9 White, PTI Rustic White
Stamps: PTI Sweet As Can Be, PTI Green Thumb
Ink: PTI Summer Sunrise, Melon Berry, Berry Sorbet, Terracotta Tile, Orange Zest
Dies: PTI FF#10, Sweet As Can Be
Other: PTI Melon Berry Ribbon, MME Enamel Dots, Salt

9 comments :

  1. love it! what a sweet card (hee hee) I love how you used the technique, and that row of cones at the bottom!

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  2. Those scoops looks fabulous...
    like they're covered with sprinkles!
    Love it!! ;)

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  3. Another fabulous card. i especially love the row of cones....nice touch.

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  4. Oh my goodness this is so cute! Very creative and such a great design!

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  5. WOW this turned out to be a nifty card!

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  6. Your sprinkles look fabulous--the best use of the salt technique I've seen! Fantastic design too--love the row of cones at the bottom!

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  7. The icecream looks so real! What a great technique!

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  8. So cute and clever! I've tried this technique, and mine just came out a mess! LOL But you used it so well, and I like the way you used the cones as a border!

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  9. Oh your salt card is gorgeous ...so is your bow!

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