A little while back I showed you some DIY scratchboard on a card – today I’m back with a more fine art kind of piece with more control and detail!
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This time I trusted the pros: they make a really NICE scratchboard as compared to my DIY, and wow did it make a difference! I did some online searching lately and found other scratchboard artists doing crazy beautiful things and I have a lot to learn – which is my sweet spot anyway, I love learning new things!
Watch the video below or click here to see it on YouTube.
While MY inks didn’t work as hoped, I’m still tickled pink at how this came out! I even put it in the shop.
I found the inspiration video!
The “Maxwell technique of adding color to scratchboard” is here.
- The winner in the Colorado Craft Company giveaway: Lynne Lugo! Email me for info on how to use your $25 gift certificate.
- Winners were announced yesterday in the Altenew giveaway – if no one replies by the end of tonight, I’ll pick new winners and try again.
(Y’all are killin’ me on giveaways….folks enter but never come see if they won…)
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- Ampersand Scratchbord 5″ x 5″
- Tool sets used (I ordered a new hopefully good set, stay tuned for that coming once I get to try it):
- Choose Hope, Pinkfresh Studio Clear Stamps —- Stencils
- VersaFine Ink Pad, Onyx Black
- Dusting Brush — https://bit.ly/3f6PQM4