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Saturday, June 15, 2013

By The Tide, Technique Twist (blown Ink)




By the Tide Coral Explodes with Blown Ink!
Snorkel not required!
The Twist? on White GLOSSY card stock

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It's our first challenge at The Technique Twist Challenge blog

I had a lot of fun trying out this technique and it was so EASY!
It's amazing how the shiny glossy paper and watery colors achieved
a real underwater feel.

You will want to stamp your image with BLACK STAZON on white glossy paper  3 1/2" x 3" and then place 2 drops of reinkers ( Bermuda Bay and Pistachio Pudding ) at the base of the coral. 

Use a straw and blow the ink upward moving your straw slightly side to side toward the top of the coral. Let dry for several hours or use a hairdryer to speed up drying time. Stamp the fish image with stazon on a separate piece of glossy paper and use a small drop of reinker and a blender pen to shade in the colors of the fish. Pop up the fish with dimensionals. Cut layers as given toward the end of this post.
Now it's your turn.....
Come join in on the Challenge and do your own " BLOWN INK " HERE

                               
It's our first challenge at The Technique Twist Challenge blog & what better way to celebrate than with a blog hop!  To enter, leave a comment on each blog for your chance to win a great prize pack!
               Pam(you are here)

 We'll randomly draw one name as our winner out of all the entries! Contest ends on June 26, 2013 at 1159p ET. Good luck!
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Bermuda Bay card base   item# 131197
Pistachio Pudding Layer 4" x 3 1/2" item # 131294
Basic Black Layer 3 3/4" x 3 1/4" item # 121045
Glossy White Layer 3 1/2" x 3" (retired but try glossy photo paper)
Small Anchor Layer.....Pistachio  1" x 1"  Black 1" x 3/4"
1" Circle Punch to punch out the stamped Anchor    item #119860
By the Tide stamp set   Wood#131910  clear mount #129120
Black Stazon Ink pad # 101406
Classic Stampin' Ink Refills (Reinkers )  Pistachio #131166 Bermuda Bay # 131156
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13 comments:

  1. Hi Pam! Love how you applied the technique here, really adds to the under water effect with the coral! I just had a dream about using the same colors on a card too! Love the fish!

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  2. The Blown Ink adds such dimension to the coral & gives it a fab shot of color, Pam! I love the pretty colors on this card! Makes me wish to grab my dive gear & hit the waves! :)

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  3. Aww Pam, you r going to make me get this stamp set. :) i love your subtle take on this technique. It really add a LOT of interest to the stamped image plus the colors bring all to life. Loving it! Tfs!
    Jess

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  4. Perfect technique to do with this stamp, thanks for sharing and for the opportunity to win blog candy!!

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  5. Love your choice of colours, and I have enjoyed the blog hop as well, hope to try this technique out soon!

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  6. The colors are spot on for ocean water it makes me recall our trip to Cancun, Mexico and how blue the sea water was!!

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  7. Too bad that SU retired the glossy cardstock, what a shame.

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  8. That works so great, love this technique.

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  9. watercolor paper sounds better!!! Love this idea with this stamp set!

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  10. Your project makes me want to buy this stamp set! I have been resisting for quite a while, but I think you've pushed me over the edge. Fabulous project!

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  11. Love how you added the ink to your coral! It looks great!

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  12. That has really set the coral off - imagine it would work just as well on photo card. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. I love your technique, it sort of gives it an under the sea feel. I also like the way the Bermuda Bay and Pistachio Pudding combination turned out.

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