Quoting Norine ~~ “I did some experimenting with Goosebumps this week. I like what I discovered! This card has 2 examples of what you can do with Goosebumps. The background paper has had Goosebumps spritzed on a Tim Holtz sponge pad and daubed through a The Crafter’s Workshop script stencil. Then I colored with Tim Holtz distress ink to bring the resist to view. I also cut the hexagons from the My Mind’s Eye Follow Your Heart paper and completely covered the shapes with Goosebumps. It dries with the texture still evident, which I love! It elevates a boring die cut piece of paper to a really nice embellishment.”
Quoting Norine ~~ “Goosebumps on hexagon shapes cut from paper.”
Quoting Norine ~~ “Goosebumps on matte die cut image. (Hard to see the texture and glimmer, but it’s there.)”
Quoting Norine ~~ “These bazzill paper flowers and fabric flowers (orange one) have been sprayed with Goosebumps texture spray. Love the fresh new look it gives them!”
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Quoting Norine ~~ “Another detail shot of the Goosebumps glimmer on the paper flowers.”
Quoting Norine ~~ “Another card made with paper flowers from Bazzill Basics, sprayed with Goosebumps texture spray.”
Goosebumps has become one of my favorite products too. I love what you have shown us Norine, thank you for taking the time to show us these different techniques.