Kristina Reftel

Kristina Reftel

Kristina Reftel
More ideas from Kristina
simple, could use with Club Scrap Raku stencil or piece of ripped paper

Torn edge masking, with the colour pulled to the left with water brush to give a variety of depths to the colour. The fern is stamped in the original green & the finished piece is matted on dark green toning card stock.

Distress Inks really shine above other dye inks when it comes to ink blending. The colors mix beautifully and can be applied lightly or layered together for a rich, deep background. To create blended ink background, pick up ink from Distress Ink Pad using a sponge or a foam blending tool. Working in circular motions, apply ink to the surface, blending the inks as you go. Layering two or three ink colors together provides endless color variations and a beautiful graduations of tone.

Layer a stencil over the paper layer and apply Distress Ink with the same technique as ink blending. Hold the stencil firmly to prevent movement, or tape down the stencil with a temporary adhesive. Remove the stencil to reveal a beautiful pattern.

Blooming Quesadilla Ring

Blooming Quesadilla Ring: to thm, the amount of salsa in the chicken mix might need to come down, use lo carb tortillas, maybe mix the salsa with some lo/no-fat cr cheese to help everything stick together better. Looks like a fab party/potluck item!