Friday, May 12, 2017

Spritzer Kit Techniques Using Some of Our Wonderful Images

Dye inks are a staple in any stamper's arsenal, and our dear Kathy K (Seaside Stampin' Ink) shows us here how to use them to make an easy, elegant card illustrating one of the many Spritzer techniques. Start by spraying a piece of glossy cardstock using a Mini Spritzer filled with rubbing alcohol and a few drops of an Espresso Adirondack reinker:

Wave the cardstock partially dry to separate the color:

Once it is completely dry, stamp H-1236 Santa, K-1230 Silent Night, D-1333 Believe, and the branch tips of G-1496 Tree onto the cardstock with an Espresso Adirondack Ink pad:

Then sponge around the edges with a Butterscotch Adirondack ink pad:

To add depth, layer with Adirondack Latte ink on top:

A Ginger ink pad adds an even richer look:

A bit of Espresso Ink provides the finishing touch:

And here are the beautiful results:

How simple is that? And the results are beautiful! Let us know if you try out this technique...we'd love to hear from you!


  1. I tried it - I liked it!
    In fact I LOVE this technique especially with that wonderful Santa.

  2. wow- what a unique technique - I will have to give it a try - thank you for sharing this with us.

  3. I like the simplicity of the technique. I tried it with a Valentine theme. I am pleased with the finished project. I hope you will continue doing similar posts to your new blog site.

  4. This is a WONDERFUL technique and it has endless possibilities and color schemes! I'm glad to see the blog!! And ain't snow just grand???

    Patti H

  5. What is the purpose of spritzing at the beginning with rubbing alcohol and dye? Is that supposed to enhance the "antiqued" look?