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fredag 30. september 2011

I've tried Chlorinebleaching

Fussy and Fancy Friday Challenge are now into the second week of the Try A New Technique-Challenge, so if you haven't joined in yet you still have a few days to do it.

For this christmascard I have tried out chlorinebleaching.
I have taken a few picture of the process (how I figured out how to do it after watching several videos on YouTube), but first I have to show the finished card, the frontside above :)

I've used the same sketch for all sides of the card

Here's how I made the image for the card:
First I stamped the image (Sarah Kay) with black StazOn on Kraftcardstock, and embossed with clear embossingpowder.
Then the scary part :s I painted the areas I wanted lightened with chlorine (the coats and the hair).Some areas I panted twice and other three times to get the shade I wanted.
I work rather slowly, and figured out (after a while) that it might be a good idea to open the window...
Then the fun part :) I coloured the rest of the image...
...and the background.

Now, hop over to the Fussy and Fancy Friday Challengeblog to see what the creative girls at the DT have made.
I hope this will inspire you to Try A New Technique too,
and share it with us at Fussy and Fancy.


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