Monday, January 10, 2011

Curiosity #27.....Misting with Distress Inks over a Mask

I'm not sure why I had difficulty with this "Curiosity" of Tim's, but I went through at least 4 tags. Linda has chosen "Distress Misting Masks" as the challenge.    I intended  to try a lighter color but ended up with Pine Needles instead.

17 comments:

Otter Blue said...

Love the bright green in contract to the masked area and black writing. Cool!

Sue said...

Well I think it is just great Evelyn, there is nothing wrong in the colour, it works well with the Black text.
Smiles:)

craftytrog said...

Looks fantastic Evelyn! Love the colour! x

Shelann said...

Love your masking and the over stamping of text, great look overall.

Barbara Mason said...

This tag is graphically stunning Evelyn - the masking and dark green background with the black text work very well together.

Minxy said...

I think the pine needles looks amazing, especially with the nice light masked area showing through :D

Sherry Goodloe said...

REALLY lovin' your tag Evelyn!

Sue West said...

Love your tag Evelyn, those colours are fabulous and the script is wonderful.
Sue

Netty said...

Terrific tag and so dynamic. Love it. Annette x

Suzanne said...

Love the bright new look of your blog Evelyn! And, as always I envy how you "just do it" when it comes to paper crafting. I always feel like I have to make time, and I haven't been very good about doing that lately. Thanks for inspiring me in spite of that!

Kat said...

love your tag,
such a bold colour choice,
Kat.

MarleneMAZ said...

It looks great, I love the bold background colour you used on it.

Shelly Hickox said...

Wow, I'm in love with the Pine Needles background color!! I need to use that one more. Did you use the PP mist, or did you make your own? Your tag is really gorgeous!

Cynthia Schelzig,Cynnie said...

I really like this dark green with the pop of the white....great loking flower too!

Brenda Brown said...

Fabulous contrasts and design Evelyn. I just love it.
Have a great weekend.
luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox

Piddawinkle said...

that is gorgeous, love everythin about it, Siobhan

Linda Ledbetter said...

Evelyn, it took me a few tries before I liked the results, too. I think misting over masks is like that-- you never quite know what you're going to get! This sure did turn our beautifully, though. That emerald color immediately made me think of St. Patrick's Day, and it's so pretty. I love the overstamping and cool little flower, too!