I sure got a chuckle when so many said they never heard of Blisters like that. I can easily see the mistake too, but it is indeed called BISTERS! And, I know I did a lot of spritzing but not enough to get blisters. LOL
I had time to play today because it was again a rainy, muggy day and therefore, no combining of the wheat. I know the hubby would have preferred I not had time but such was not the case. I guess we need to be patient for the weather to get better.
Again I used images from I Brake For Stamps and they can be found in the Stampenback line. That is also where one can purchase the Bisters. And, they really are quite reasonable in price.
You use just a small amount of the fine powder. I found it was better to start with less and one can always add more if not satisfied. And, if I used bleach it was ordinary household bleach...in fact, the really cheap stuff. I happened to have some old blender pens for water color pencils which went dry so I just saved them and they worked great to dip in bleach and soften the color on things. I also again used a white gel pen but over colored on the white areas in the center of each mum.
And for more information on how to use them, check out the video at I Brake for Stamps. Even though it is not in English one can pretty much catch on as to how to use them.
I especially love the backgrounds one can achieve for beautiful Autumn cards. Perfect for this time of year. And, the element of surprise each time you make one is so cool! I thoroughly enjoyed myself again.
I hope you liked what I did as well and that it was not too boring for you to hear me rave on again about them. Everyone have a wonderful holiday weekend and if traveling, please travel safely.