Are you looking for a fun stamping technique to use for cardmaking?
Well, I've got one for you.
It's a simple stamping technique. Instead of using the usual ink pads, I'm going to show you how to use spray inks instead. It leaves a vibrant, watercolor-like result.
Check it out...
Grab any of the ink sprays you've got. As you can see, I even used some tie-dye ink that came in a spray bottle. I've also made my own ink sprays using liquid watercolors, alcohol ink, paint, etc.
For this technique, start by squirting one of your inks on a silicone mat or anything that will keep the ink floating on top.
Next, put your stamp onto the ink...
And then start stamping your card stock.
The ink spray I used here was Dylusions Shimmer Spray that had some mica powder in it so it looks all metallic. Cool huh?
Keep on adding different colors with different stamps.
Here is my final result:
Isn't that neat? I love how it's not uniform and how the colors blend together a little bit.
If you like it, please share. You can also upload a photo of how yours turned out in the comments.
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