Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Tutorial #2 from Teresa Abajo

Hi there folks! Teresa back again with another card using the Sweetmoves stamp from Stampotique:


For this card I used Dylusions ink sprays to make my background. This is such a simple technique - here's how I did it:

Remove the spray component from the bottle, and use the siphon tube to draw a circle onto a clean craft mat. Go round and round and round, spreading the ink as much as possible:


A little bit of ink goes a long long way! The more ink you use, the less defined the little droplets will be. When you're satisfied with your circle, place a piece of cardstock over it to pick it up:

 and voilĂ ! An ink droplet circle:


I repeated the process with another couple of coordinating colours  (I used Pure Sunshine, Fresh Lime, and Funky Fuschia). I made sure each colour was dry before I added the next:


Then I stamped Sweetmoves over the top using a waterproof ink (Jet Black Archival) and coloured the image in with  Copic markers:


You can find an awesome range of Stampotique stamps in stock here.

Thanks for looking - hope you've been inspired to create some art today!



8 comments:

Coby van willigenburg said...

great!

Dots Dabbles said...

Hi Teresa...it is so good to see the sprays used another way. The effects look fantastic! Your card looks great.
Dot x

Helen Stewart said...

Love the background, definitely going to try this! Thank you :)

Lenet said...

oww now that's a cool technique!! Thank you very much voor showing.I def.am going to try that one

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Love this idea, hugs

TangledBlueRose said...

Love this technique! Thanks so much for sharing. Awesome stamp and coloring!~kim

maureenjscott said...

Fabulous technique! I love what you've done here... going to try it out tonight! X

kassa said...

Fabulous card <3
Great tute xoxo