Use GooseBumps to Create Dynamic Backgrounds

by Melissa Andrew

Use GooseBumps to Create Dynamic Backgrounds by Melissa Andrew

Learn how to create four unique mixed media backgrounds using GooseBumps Texture in the dauber topped bottle. To make these bright and fun colored backgrounds, I will use GooseBumps with stencils, sponged on inks, watercolor inks, and alcohol inks. You will be surprised at the versatility of Goosebumps resist techniques and the ease in which you can create beautiful backgrounds with Imagine and Tsukineko products.

Supplies

Imagine
Other
  • Bristol Smooth Surface Paper
  • Whimsy Stamps – Swish Stencil, Dotted Round Stencils
  • The Crafter’s Workshop – 230S Stencil, 384S Stencil
  • Heat Tool

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