How can you resist?

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Twisted Sketches launches its 98th sketch today, and the twist this time is “paint.” The sketch and the design team’s interpretations are awaiting you at Twisted Sketches’ site…and here is my design team contribution using the new sketch:

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That's me, wearing Daddy's clip-on sunglasses and enjoying the Ohio sunshine.

This is the sketch:

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Twisted Sketch #98 calls for 2 photos

For the “paint” twist I was inspired to try a resist technique on the talk bubble using white shimmer paint. I have done resist techniques with ink and embossing powder before but had not yet tried paint resist, so I thought I would show a quick step-by-step just in case it might inspire you to try it on a future layout.

  1. Gather your supplies: Acrylic paint, rubber stamp, Distress Inks and foam applicators.

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    This technique doesn't take much in the way of supplies.

  2. Apply paint (shimmer paint in my example) to the stamp image and stamp it carefully (don’t smear it) on a spare bit of cardstock.
  3. Immediately take your rubber stamp to a sink and clean it well with soap and water. It’s best not to let the acrylic paint dry on the stamp as it may be harder to remove.
  4. If you’re patient wait until the paint thoroughly dries. If not, hit it with your heat tool for a minute or two.
  5. Start applying the Distress Inks with a circular motion and blend your colors a little where they meet. I used the three colors shown in the photo, but of course there are no rules about how many you use.
  6. Slightly mist a paper towel with water and gently buff off the extra ink from the painted areas to reveal the true color!

Here is a close-up of the final effect. I think I like it!

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This close-up photo shows how the shimmer paint resisted the inks.

If you decide to try this quick technique after reading my post, have your people call my people please leave a comment and a link so I can see what you’ve done!

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  1. I just love what you’ve done with the sketch. Now I’d have to do it digital and just may check out Twisted Sketches myself. Your little lady is so very adorable!!

    • Janice Daquila-Pardo says:

      Hi Cheryl. I’m so glad you liked my layout! You really should check out Twisted Sketches; the twist they add each week really makes it fun and challenging. And by the way, I’m happy you think I was an adorable baby (that’s me in the photos)! :-)

  2. Oh my gosh! I’d have seen that if I’d clicked on the layout to make it bigger. I am checking them out, even blogging about you introducing me to them and linking up both yours and their blog!

  3. Totally irresistible layout! Nicely done.

  4. AWESOME job and technique on this Twisted Sketch!!!! TFS!!!!

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