Today’s project is a twist on the powdered pencil technique – this time adding enough ink for the powder to “stick” to it on black paper!
I’d had a different idea for this card but I’m super glad it came out as it did! Watch the video below or click HERE to view it in HD on YouTube.
I bought the GinaK ink to see just how white it would be – sometimes using a white ink for a card like this is too much, and I think I’ll be liking my new pad of ivory!
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- Two daffodil options:
- Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Licorice Twist, 25 pk
- Ivory Pigment Ink Pad, Gina K Designs Ink Pad
- Polychromos Pencils: EH – BLICK
- Polychromos Hex Chart
- Tea Strainer
- Blending stumps: EH – BLICK