Hi friends! Thanks for visiting me today! I have a fun technique to share that I did with my SE Calgary Stampin’ Up! Card Club in November. I’ve seen quite a few versions of this technique over the years, so needless to say, I have no idea who first invented it.
Salted Background How To:
- Using the clear block size of your choice, apply ink to the block by dabbing the ink pad onto the block
- Be sure to work from lightest to darkest (Lost Lagoon, Island Indigo & Night of Navy used here)
- Spritz the block several times with water
- ‘Stamp’ block onto watercolour paper
- Before the paper becomes dry, sprinkle with salt
- Spritz paper with water
- Allow to dry (or use the heat tool to speed up this process)
I love how the salt plays with the colours in the ink. Everyone in the group had backgrounds that were completely different, but all were stunning.
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Thanks for the visit!