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Jennie

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This video is REALLY worth watching:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m25lxe_aBLM&feature=player_embedded

I can't wait to have a go  Very Happy
Mickie

That is just fabulous. Thank you for that Jennie.  Now, where do we buy spray inks....................?

Mickie x
vonny

i haven't watched this yet but you could maybe use mister bottles and re-inkers in water to save money?
Mickie

That might be worth trying out Vonny

Mickie x
Miriam

Great link Jennie - it's amazing how effective simple things are!
Beckyb

I want to play it looks great.

   Becky x
vonny

wow! what a great effect and so easy.Loved the idea of rollong over the whole kitchen roll  Laughing
Great for when you are feeling really messy.
Would make a great technoque for our tag swap Becky Wink
vonny

Have just spent the afternoon playing with this and the CS challenge salt technique (as my piano lesson was cancelled!). this was really great fun and I used spritz bottles with water and DI re-inkers. i think these were a bit more dilute that the sprays Diane used.
Tips -don't clean your sink before you start as you will need to at the end_
-don't do before a night out if you want clean hands (or wear gloves)
-I found it was better to dry the piece a bit after spritzing with water then use a scrunched up piece of kitchen roll to take off some excess colour - rolling over took too much colour off with the DI homemade sprays I used
-if using mini misters these soon empty so have a jug of water nearby, but make sure you don't knock it over
-I kept a couple of bits of the kitchen roll as they had lovely inky colours on
-have time to make a few pieces to make it worthwhile getting so messy.

Will post pics once sheets have fully dried.
Jennie

Laughing
vonny

Here is the first one - all the colours that I had together. the circle stencil worked better than the swirly one

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the second one was better iwth the swirls.


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The third one I tried the remains of a sheet of die cut numbers



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the last one I didn't dry off with the kitchen roll but used a heat gun and just dabbed some areas with scrunched up kitchen roll. this only had one layer of ink. Used tims maks. the ones at the bottom are the ghost ones and I found out the masks still had ink on from last use so got a print when I used the other side. there was also some mica from previously so this sheet is really yummy.



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One mor tip - the kitchen roll that you use is likley to transfer any pattern it has to the inks. they all have diferent patterns so even more scope for experimenting.
Hope you get to ty this - it is fab.
Pat

Great video. I must try it tomorrow.
Pat
Mickie

Will have to try this one.  Your results look really nice Vonny and thanks for sharing your tips Laughing

Mickie x

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