Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Getting Inky with Barb!

Hello everyone! Barb here to host the blog today!

The new Baggage Claim Line has been a lot of fun to play with! But do you want to know what is even more fun to play with?! The INKS! The new colors are fabulous!! I got really inky on this layout!


I used 8 colors of PowderPuff Chalking Inks on this layout! That is a lot of ink! I inked the edges of the patterned papers, I used the ink with stencils and I also used the ink to color the molding paste!


Do you see the green dots that are peeking out from behind the photo? I made those by coloring molding paste with the Khaki PowderPuff Chalking Ink. And today, I thought I would show you how I did it!

*Note, before preparing the molding paste, I already had all the ink and splatters on my layout. I added the molding paste on top.

 
I started with a small amount of molding paste and selected my color.

 
I sprayed the ink pad with a little bit of water to make just a bit juicier than it already is!


I then took one of my palette knives to "scrape" some of the ink off the top.


I then added the ink to the plate with the molding paste.


And then I mixed it all up! The more color you add, the more intense the color.

I placed the stencil on my layout where I wanted to apply the molding paste and I then spread it across the stencil.


When I lifted the stencil, this is what it looked like. You can let it dry on it's own or you can use a heat tool to speed up the process.


I finished off the layout by adding some of the Baggage Claim Chipboard Die-Cut Stickers! Love those!

Quick Quotes Products Used: 
Patterned Paper: Baggage Claim 300, 400, 800
Chipboard Die-Cut Stickers: Baggage Claim
PowderPuff Chalking Ink: Khaki, Creamy Cocoa, Rusty Nail, Feather Gray, BrandywineBloody Mary, Coal Miner, Red Hot

Other Supplies Used: 
Washi Tape
Tags
Brads
Molding Paste: Golden
Spray Inks: Lindy's Stamp Gang
Stencil: Tim Holtz
Chipboard: UmWow Studios
Sketch: Sketchabilities

Thanks so much for stopping on over today!
~ Barb

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4 comments:

Donna Coughlin said...

Awesome way to draw out the ink to use for the paste. With all the awesome colors Quick Quotes has this is a great technique and the possiblities are endless! Thanks for sharing! Great layout too!

Karen M. G. said...

Great LO and tutorial, thanks!

Susie Bentz said...

Love, love, love your style. Great tutorial!

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

Super cool page Barb! I love how you colored the molding paste! Thanks for the tips!