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Hello crafty people!
I am making up a class on blinging black cardstock....I have about 17 different things to do with it and wondering if you had any others?

1. Double sided tape and fine glitter
2. Spray starch and pearlx or other mica misters
3. Silver, gold and white heat embossing
4. Metalic acrylic paint
5. Perfect medium and perfect pearls
6. Pressure emboss and sand or swipe with pigment ink
7. Alocohol ink mixers
8. Twinkling H20s
9. Colored and metallic pencils
10. Mica stamp ink over embossing
11. Chalks and pastels
12. Glitter gel pens
14. Mettalic ink pads
15. Puff paint pens
16. Foiling
17. Heatset rhinestones and studs
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using plain versamark as a watermark
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oh god, and dont forget the luminer paints...and now RADIANT RAIN FROM LUMINARTE/CREATIVE AMAGINATIONS..THERE ARE FOAM ROUND TOPED BOTTLES OF SWIPY COLORS IN 1 1/2 OZ BOTTLES....they retail for about $6.50..but thought i would throw that out here for you all..the colors all have glittery stuff in them and they are concentrated..so the colors are not faint..they are dark and gleamery, sparkely
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Thanks jo....the lumiere are acrylic and have mica in them....love them.

I just tried the versamark....but didn't get any change on the black cardstock I have.....without clear embossing it.
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This may be covered already in your colored pencil techs but use a white pencil or other very light color and then color over that with actual color you want image to be.

Anything medium in an Iridescent
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Oh...have tried with white ink...but not white pencil....any brand better for this?
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you can use bleach..
fold up a few paper towels or rag and put them/it in a shallow pan ( take out plastic food covers work nicely), choose a stamp , place on the bleached towel, try to ensure you get full coverage, stamp on black CS. you can use a heat gun but its better if you let it dry overnight. after CS is dry use a watercolor wash or acrylic paint wash or anything else you think of and go over just the area where you bleach stamped. That area will hold the color & really pop from the contrast. Note:you won't/shouldn't see the watercolor wash spill over onto the black, but if you use an acrylic wash you will get some spill over onto the Black, which can be quite interesting too....
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Don't know about ink, they may not be opaque enough in coverage so if I was you I would definitely experiment first before "teaching" it.

The pencil trick was in several different stamp magazine articles a few years back and is actually a technique discussed in many non-stamping colored pencil technique books.
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I taught the bleach technique years ago with black and dark colored papers. It was so much fun as we stamped and embossed our image with ep then used Q Tips to paint with the bleach. What made it so interesting to me and to others was the different colors that showed up with the bleach. Some was pretty white, some was cream, some went pink....fascinating.

I took a class where we did a tiger's head and this was really impressive.

I recently did my club cards embossing flowers on black cards stock, then I used chalk to color in the flowers. The white ep I used went yellow with the flowers. I had seen it done with chalk pencils but I didn't like the look so I used a soft chalk and that worked well.

The black card stock really makes some elegant cards. Whatever you choose to do with it....make it fun.
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There is a new product from Sakura Crystal Lacquer, Terri Sproul Mixers and they look great on Black paper!
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