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August 27, 2010

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dcorder (deb)

Thank you for sharing this! When I saw the sample I wondered if that's what you did! Sheer GENIUS!!

Sandra

thanks for sharing - this is really neat!
Sandra

Mary Ann Evans

Awesome card! At what point did you stamp the Spooky Collage image?

Mary Ann Evans

Ok, it took me a while to figure out that when you said to stamp 'Spooky' you meant the Spooky Collage stamp..blond senior moment.

Paula Walters

All your work is awesome. I really wish that I had this kind of talent. Love your work and your stamps.

Donna Liebich

Dear, generous, talented Dave! We all love you. And your inspiring art!

Suzy Girl

We did this differently in our class but love the result. You are so talented Dave!

Kari

super fun!! you are always so creative, love it.

Stephanie

too cool! what brand and color of acrylics did you use? thanks.

Dave

I used some Making Memories acrylics - the colors were banana and key lime. Any acrylics will work though (yellow and green are important) - since the paints are underneath inks/lacquer, they work as a "base" to keep all the inks from just absorbing into the paper.

Stephanie

Thanks!

tami sanders

great card dave! thanks for sharing all the steps!

FAB techniques too!

Kari Guilbault

This is an awesome cards and great technique...how did you keep the inks from making too much of a circle when dropped onto the paper? When I tried this, my inks (I used Ranger alcohol inks) made a pretty definite circle that was hard to pull through the glossy accents. Any suggestions?

Dave

I use a brush to soften the "circle" edges - sort of help it move in different directions to make it a little more random looking. Hope this helps!

Kari Guilbault

Thanks! I will try it again...maybe I didn't use enough Glossy Accents to help the ink travel :-)

Heidi Erickson

Thanks for the clear directions on how to make this card. Many customers have come into the store wondering how it was done and the answer was always...UMMM, I really don't know. Now I can tell them!

Barbara Ragonesi

Thanks for sharing the step by step instructions. Nice colors!Loved the end results!!! Hope to sign-up... for a future class.

Christine

Oh, so cool!!! I love the techniques that you explained in this blog post. I am so excited to try them. Love your card. It is so fun and unique!!

xoxo, Christine

Fairytale

Amazing card and thanks for sharing how to do it.

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