I've used bister, in the past, with watercolor paper. This project uses Ranger specialty paper. It is a matt coated cardstock and definitely provides a different finished product. Paper matters, Ladies and Gents!
After applying bisters in green, red, blue and yellow, I spritzed with water, rolled the colors around, dabbed and dried. I love the marbled look you can achieve. Images were stamped using Stazon and then colored using distress markers.
You can see the blue bisters more clearly in the second project. For this, starting at the bottom of the white cardstock, I layered up with green, yellow, red and blue.
All of my stamp images come from one or the other of Floral Half Sheet 148A and Floral Half Sheet 148B from I Brake For Stamps. These are some beautiful and whimsical images! Be sure to pick up your bisters, too while you are there! I would also recommend some of the Stampinback Paper. Let Ms. Della know I sent you AND, save a little with my coupon code SAVE10JANE!
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