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Art Sudio: Remember this!

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Hi! It’s Justt here to show you a card with some ink splashes. When I want to use ecolines, paints, inks etc. I often use this little plastic thing (from Studio Calico chipboard’s package) to mix the paint with water and put it on a background. Here’s a little example of how I do it:

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And here’s the full card:

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I love using splashes, dots and sequins on cards so I used a mint mist to do the finishing touches 😉 and of course gold sequins from Funfetti Kit. I really adore them!

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What’s more, the yellow/turquoise combination is one of my favourite.

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I hope you like my card and you feel inspired 🙂

Feel free to tell me what you think!

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9 thoughts on “Art Sudio: Remember this!

  1. Oh wow! The yellow is beautiful, and I LOVE your technique for the paint and ink smooching!!

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  2. beautiful card! i really love your background technique – ill have to give it a try 🙂

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  3. So pretty!!! I am going o give this a try!

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  4. Oh how I love that technique! I’ll totally try it! Thanks for that!

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  5. I love yellow and turquoise together too. What kind of fabric did you use? I love to use fabric embellishments, and I love how you dyed it or painted it, however you did it!

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  6. Lovely card!

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  7. I’ve always wanted to try this technique. Lovely card!

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  8. I love the way you used the tag and the sticker from the kit!

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