It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! Have you ordered the clear envelopes before? Do you use them to protect your cards? That is what they were intended for. But they can also be used to organize and keep small pieces. It can also be used as a bag to hold ink. Clip the corner off and drip ink to create a background. In a pinch an envelope can also be used as somewhat of a glove to protect from ink.
It’s Technique Tuesday! There are several ways to sponge. You can take a sponge and just barely get the edge of a piece of card stock to offset your accent piece. You can color the entire background with just a sponge like we did in the cactus card. Or you can put some texture and depth to the lacy one. Depending on what you want to accent will be where you put the most ink or pressure.
As you can see there are some heavier spots of ink which is where I wanted the accent to be.
It’s Technique Tuesday! A technique does not look like much of anything without the right ink. So for today I have found a chart for you with what ink to use when. If you have any questions please contact me.
It’s Technique Tuesday! Did you know a little bit of embossing paste can add just a hint of snow or a tiny bit of texture? If you can’t afford to buy all the different colors of embossing paste then just get the one with no color in it. You can then separate it out and add bits of glitter or a tiny bit of shimmer paint (or re-inker) to create a different look.
Remember to think outside the box. You can stamp on more than just cardstock. Recently I ran across an idea to stamp on wood to create those signs that it seems everyone is doing right now. If you stamp on glass with basic black you will want to take a heat gun to fully dry the ink. Ink is not just for paper.