Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Poor Man's Polished Stone Technique

Here our Kathy (Seaside Stampin' Ink) demonstrates another of the ways to use our Mini Spritzers and Stompers:

Here's a terrific technique she shares with you, which she calls Poor Man's Polished Stone. Load the felt stomper (included in the kit) with a few drops of dye reinker:

Let the stomper sit for a moment while you make "blobs" of color on a piece of Kromekote Glossy Cardstock with a Krylon Leafing Pen:

Immediately spray the cardstock using a spritzer filled with 91% rubbing alcohol:

Smear your inked-up stompers across the cardstock:

Look how the dye ink mixes with the Krylon Leafing Pen to create lovely striations of color for this beach scene:

Want to add a full moon? Just use your pinky finger to lift off a circle of color (how clever is that!):

Give the cardstock a few minutes to dry, and then stamp your images in black right over the background:

Seaside Stampin' Ink carries many stamps that are perfect for creating wonderful scenic art, which you can find by clicking here.
Add a finishing touch to your card by lining the edges with the Krylon Leafing Pen:

And that's it, you're done! Check out the beautiful results:

Stamps Used in this card are all on sale in our shopping cart...
C-203 Hear The Rhythm
D-233 Soaring Gull
E-242 2 Sandpipers
G-228 Sand Dune Hills
D-236 Single Dune

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