Friday, 3 May 2013

Something new

Here we are Friday again....oh, don't the weeks go so fast.....dare I say it will soon be time to start thinking of the C word....
Well us card makers usually are getting Christmas cards under way by June...
Today, I thought I would show you my play with Kroma Crackle...

I wanted to see how it would look on a card ....I have used it on MDF pieces and they work really well.
The image is the beautiful Elizabeth Bennet stamp from IndigoBlu, stamped in memento ink and coloured with ProMarkers.

The background is made by random stamping with the Itsy Bitsy Background stamps...

As the Kroma Crackle is clear (if left it dries white) I mixed it with a drop of Acrylic paint ....

I assembled the card and then poured the Kroma on...

I left this for 48hours to dry...and yes, I did keep going to see how it was drying...once I was happy with the effect I painted over the Kroma with a coat of Slap It On....this does two things....first it stops the cracking effect and secondly it seals it.
A couple of finishing touches including some ribbon and a button and my card was finished.
I was really pleased with the effect, I do hope you like it and as always do feel free to comment.
Off now to pack the car ready for workshops tomorrow at CJ CardCrafts in Edgeley, Stockport....
I will show you photos tomorrow....enjoy your Friday evening....Jo. X


  1. Fab card, love the effect. Have a great workshop.

  2. Oooo thats fab Jo! And I'm looking forward to tomorrow! X

  3. Love it Jo, but please not 'C' yet!!! Let's get a bit of sun first :)

  4. Beautiful card jo and I like the finish of the crackle too. Think it would work well on a snowy rooftop (Thinking of the C word!xxx)

  5. Beautiful Jo! I haven't tried the crackle on card yet, after seeing this I may just give it a go. Enjoy your workshop xx

  6. This is stunning! I love that Kroma isn't just for home decor! Great background too x

  7. Really lovely card Jo to see how you did it too!
    Glad you had a good workshop
    Take care see you Wednesday x

  8. Kroma crackle is great - the only problem with it is waiting until it dries!! lovely samples Jo.