I love using sprays of all kids, and the Oxide Sprays from Ranger are no exception. For this short but sweet tutorial, I grabbed my Longwood Florals Mask (which has become one of my very favorite masks lately!!), and the Kitsch Flamingo, Walnut Stain and Vintage Photo Oxide Sprays.
I'm using some handmade paper that has bits of flowers in it. It's rather thick, so I wanted to explore how the sprays would react on this particular paper.
I sprayed through the mask, and then I flipped it over to get the negative on the right. I just love the contrast here!
The Oxide Sprays sunk into the paper, but the paper is thick enough that it did not totally saturate the back of the paper - which I loved because my final plan was to bind this into a little book.
Next, I grabbed some rub on transfers and some words and created a little fairy land on top. I adore how it turned out!
You can watch the full (and quick!) tutorial right here, and you can also see the gorgeous eco paper from Jeanie Barnes that I used for my book cover. It is soooo pretty!!!
Kitsch Flamingo, Walnut Stain and Vintage Photo Oxide Sprays
Rub on transfers
Eco Paper from Jeanie Barnes
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and that you will experiment with sprays and StencilGirl Stencils. It's a never ending exploration that I just love!
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