This week it's a one layer challenge at Less is More and the theme is Splatters. This really had me stumped - I don't have any really splattery inks, or any stamps or stencils that look at all splattery. And my Blitzer broke years ago, and I never bothered to replace it as it never really earned its keep. Then I remembered something I used to do as a child, dabbing paint on a toothbrush then pulling a piece of stout card over the bristles to splatter the paint.
I have several spare toothbrushes - you know, the ones they give you on long haul flights, the kind that aren't good enough to use except in an emergency and yet look too good to throw away. So I unearthed one and had a play. The splattering produced is a very fine spray, and of course is denser close to the brush, so I tried concentrating my splatters in one corner of the card.
Here's my first attempt - I think I'm almost there with the splattering effect but haven't properly worked out what to do with it once it's splattered! I'll carry on playing with it and hopefully come back later in the week with something more creative.