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Old 02-08-2010, 09:26 PM
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Thanks T,
yes your right it's fun playing around trying different things... & now I have a whole pile of colorful cardstock just waiting to be used
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Theresa, does one of your cards feature Adirondak Wild Plum? If not, we'd like to see what it does with water. I bet it is pretty.
Deb, here are a couple of atc's using the Wild Plum. I LOVE this color!! And in these I used a little of the Distress Faded Jeans.

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Old 03-07-2010, 03:47 PM
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How pretty, Theresa. Yep, I guess I'm going to have to get some Adirondack Wild Plum.
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How pretty, Theresa. Yep, I guess I'm going to have to get some Adirondack Wild Plum.
Thanks. Don't you just love the color?!! I have been in love with the Wild Plum color for so long. And the Faded Jeans color looks so nice with it. I think the blue looks almost like a dark purple here with the WP.
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these are so pretty..when i get time..i will have to try this too...thanks wolf and theresagram for posting the pics.
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Old 03-07-2010, 04:28 PM
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Thanks inkkyjo. It's a lot of fun, and so easy!
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Old 03-07-2010, 04:59 PM
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these are so pretty..when i get time..i will have to try this too...thanks wolf and theresagram for posting the pics.
When you have time to play, Inkkyjo, be sure to try adding the step of spritzing it with bleach. As we see with Wolf's amazing background, varying the amount of bleach adds so much texture.

Can't wait to see your final artwork, Wolfeyesone!
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Old 03-07-2010, 05:30 PM
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Deb- It's in the works.... I think I need a vacation... My muse wants to play & work keep getting in the way.....Thanks so much for showing us this amazing technique !

T- I really like your ATC's ! the color combos are wonderful !

Inkkyjo- I do hope you'll find some time to play around with this technique...it is alot of fun, and it's great to do a bunch at a time, this way you have backgrounds to match almost anything. Can't wait to see what you come up with !
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ok, i did it but i did it wrong..lol..i directly put the ink on the cardstock..yep..it didnt work.lol..i need to read all the directions..lol...off to do it again
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ok, i did it but i did it wrong..lol..i directly put the ink on the cardstock..yep..it didnt work.lol..i need to read all the directions..lol...off to do it again
Here inkky, watch the video. I'm not sure at what point they are added the bleach as I have not done it with the bleach. For that you will have to read back. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtGJ8...eature=related
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