Hi there. I have three cards to share today featuring backgrounds created from marble paintings. I used to do this as a kid and it’s so much fun. I’ve created cards with this in the past using acrylic paints (you can find that post HERE), but this time I used my spray mists.
I have a ton of spray mists that I don’t use that much. I thought I would put them to use and marble paint with them. I poured the liquid into disposable cups and used a plastic spoon to coat the marble and place it in a box with a piece of THIS cardstock. I titled the box back and forth to get the marble to travel over the paper, creating a random pattern. My son wanted to make some too so he was my model to demonstrate the process…
He wanted to use his fingers instead of a spoon to put the marbles in. 🙂 He did his with paint but it’s the same process for spray mists.
For the first card…
I used metallic spray mists and dried the ink with a heat gun in between each color to prevent mixing of the colors.
For the second card…
I used complementary colors (yellow and blue) and let the colors mix to create a secondary color (green).
For the last card…
I used several colors and dried in between each.
I finished off the cards by die-cutting THIS stitched circle from the backgrounds and die-cut THIS heart from pieces of coordinating cardstock. I white heat embossed a greeting from THIS sentiment set and finished the sentiment using THIS stamp set. I added some of THIS to the hearts for shine and finished off the design with a few pearls and gems.
I hope you give marble painting a try. Like I mentioned, it’s a great craft to do with kids.
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Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a great day.
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NOTE: Most of the Spray Mists I used I had in my collection for a long time so I linked to new ones that will give a similar look.