Friday, April 26, 2013

Creating a Subtle Background with Spectrum Noir Ink Refills

Today, I'm sharing a subtle colorful scene featuring images  from  Sheena A Little Bit Sketchy Set - Spring and Sheena -a little bit scenic Silhouette Garden.


To make this scene, I stamped the images onto semi-glossy cardstock with a watermark ink pad, sprinkled with embossing powder and heat set.


To create the subtle background, I spritzed a paper towel with alcohol, dropped Spectrum Noir ink refills and pulled color from the top of the scene to bottom. Colors used:  DG2, PL2, PP4, TB4.





To give the flowers a little color, I dripped a little ink onto an acrylic block used a paint brush. I also brushed green over the leaves.  The embossed part of the images act as a resist, and any color fills in around it.


There are so many fun techniques you can do with the ink refills!
To see more, click on here to designs on my blog, and also visit the Spectrum Noir Blog.

Crafter's Companion has had several new releases. For more ideas, be sure to pop over to the Crafter's Companion Information Blog, as well as visit the Crafter's Companion DT members.  You see their latest designs by clicking on the names on the left side of my blog.

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Take care and STAY POSITIVE!


3 comments:

Stacy H-W said...

Gorgeous!! That's what you are!! Gorgeous and talented!! ha LOVE this!! I will be rushing off to my scrap table to try this now that you have me hooked. hugs, Stacy

Jaanuska said...

Oh, how wonderful! So beautiful card! :)

Lady Bug Stampers said...

this is fantastic would have never guessed how you did that background! Just beautiful