Let’s learn about Spraying Ink on cards. We will also emboss our background for added interest and texture. Then wee will be painting flowers and leaves with ink instead of watercolor. But you can choose to watercolor your stamped images if you like. I made a BIG embossing mistake on this card, and I will also show you how to FIX & PREVENT it!!
I love the effect of spraying ink on cards. You can make it as dark or as light as you like by altering the amount of water you add to the ink in your spray bottle and how much you spray on the card itself.
Inspiration: Page 15 of the 2020 – 2021 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog. At the time this video and blog post was published I was unable to reveal the inside of the catalog online.
This catalog releases on June 3rd, 2020. If you would like your own copy and you live in Canada feel free to request one HERE
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