Splat Attack – new technique

11 Dec

If you’re feeling a bit down in the dumps today then looking at these cards will surely perk you up!  They are bright, fun and totally awesome.  At our last Kaszazz monthly meeting we made these cards which were featured in Australian Cardmaking, Stamping and Papercraft.  I’m pretty sure they are by a Kaszazz consultant as all the products used were Kaszazz.  When I get hold of her name I will put it on this post.  EDIT:: Michelle Smith designed these cards and they have been submitted to Kaszazz hurrah!

Don’t they look fantastic?  It’s great to see people being brave and injecting bright colours into their creations.  These cards use a technique that is just as fun trying out as the end result.  We used paint dabbers and mini misters to achieve our “splats” and the images were coloured in with aqua colour crayons.  I hope this makes into the Kaszazz workshops as I know lots of ladies would love to try it out.

Time for a poll…

Have a great day craftsters



3 Responses to “Splat Attack – new technique”

  1. Michelle Smith December 14, 2009 at 2:58 pm #

    Hi Kris,
    Glad you enjoyed making my bright funky cards! Isn’t is amazing how much fun you can have with a paint dabber or two and some water.
    These cards are being submitted as a 2H Workshop to Kaszazz and there’s also another girl card (to round out the set) that wasn’t published in the magazine – so keep an eye out for that one.
    Michelle Smith

    • krismakes December 15, 2009 at 8:09 am #

      Thanks for stopping by Michelle, I love those cards! Be sure to let us know of any other creations of yours that make the press 😮

  2. JoBee December 14, 2009 at 9:50 pm #

    Hi Kris,
    Yes …They are by a Kaszazz Consultant..Michelle Smith.. I have some details on my blog about them also ..Michelle even left a comment on my Blog post.
    See details here..

    I’m not sure if she is submitting them as a workshop or not..
    They are great fun tho…. I love the 3 colours, but I didnt have much range of colours that went together, and the metalics dont seem to work the same .

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