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Saturday, December 3, 2011

Duster can make art!

Hello, dear Creative  Inspirations Paint friends! Irit is here again with my first December tutorial and this time I am going to show you how to use the Pressed Air or Duster to make some lovely artistic backgrounds.
This technique is well know  as an Alcohol inks technique, but as you can see , it works just perfectly with our water based paints and  a same Home store pressed air. So get you one- it will clean your PC  as well!
Products used for this project:
Creative Imaginations Paints: Plum, Emerald,  Spring Green, Gold
Glossy paper- I used the simple photo paper, you can use Ranger if you have it.
Pressed Air or Duster
Solid color cardstock- I used the same Burgundy color (DCWV)
Scalloped border punch
Fancy brad (Paper Studio)
Sentiment sticker (MLS)
And now for a work:
Step 1: Add a small water drop to you paint as we need it to be watery. Don't add a lot, just one drop is fine. Spread 4-5 drops of your watery paint over a glossy paper strip and spread it with the pressed air. Do it until the paint is dry, can take 3-4 times.

Step 2: Add another color of watery paint- I used Emerald  over the same glossy paper and use  your Duster again


Step 3: Add 2 more colors- I used Light Green and Gold and use your Duster over them again. 3-4 colors are just fine, more can give you some messy and brown look.
You background is done and note make a project with this background. I made this small mini card, using a border punch for the edges ,then trimmed  my background and added a strip for the sentiment and a brad for the finished touch.


Paints I used on this project

You card is done, but you can continue to make some other colors backgrounds with Creative Inspirations Paints and then to use them  for die- cutting, flower making or whatever purpose you want. Also works great on plastic, transparency and acryl.
See you next week with another colorful tutorial.


Dawnll said...

Irit how fun is this?
I would have never thought to try this and have never seen before.
Such a colorful idea.
Thanks for sharing

Unknown said...

Fun idea, Irit!

Kianel said...

Another great idea Irit!
Love from France, Kianel.