Ready to try another fun technique? A sprinkle of salt is all you'll need. I began by stamping a wreath using the Wreath for All Seasons stamp set and Dark Chocolate ink. Then came the salt technique added on top of it. I added Elmer's Glue directly to the snowflake stamp from the Tag-its #8 stamp set. I then stamped the glue covered snowflake image over the Dark Chocolate stamped wreath image and coated it with salt, shaking off the excess.
Now for the colors. I added drops of re-inkers to the salt covered areas and sat back and watched the color move around to form a lovely fall wreath. I used Limeade Ice, Orange Zest, and Berry Sorbet. The colors become more vibrant and beautiful with time, as the ink dries.
After everything had dried, I embellished with small flower and leaf stamps from the Polka Dot Parade #6 stamp set using Melon Berry, Scarlet Jewel, and Simply Chartreuse ink. I embellished the wreath using Melon Berry, Canyon Clay, and Simply Chartreuse felt and the Flipping Out die.
These little flowers were stamped to frame in my sentiment which came from the Autumn Hills stamp set.
Will you try it? Kind of fun and definitely inspiring.
Be sure to visit Nichole's blog for more ideas using this technique.