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Today's card is another from last Saturday's Create and Craft TV show. A whopper, 8" x 8" card.
It's featuring my all time yummy favourite Moonshadow Inks! The colours are great and the fact that the mica and walnut ink separate so well never fails to wow me. I just love them so much. I used Craft Creations linen white card for this, the Moonshadow Inks LOVE their textured cards! Their card is great quality, a fab weight and thickness to it, which makes a better quality card. When you think of the time you spend making a card, spending a little more on good quality card is SO sensible, it really makes a difference.
When you add salt to the inks, well, special stuff happens, the salt draws up the ink, as in silk painting, leaving lovely flower like patterns as in this example of rock/course salt
Here's the same idea with Buccaner Bay Blue, oh, so, fab, wish you could really see this one!
And, aged pitted vintage style patterns with normal table salt.
OH, ....Love it, love it, love it! Lots of yummy mica in these jars!!
I also painted the bling maiden's hair with the same Moonshadow Inks.
You cannot see in this photo but her hair really shimmers too!
Oh, I had to share this piece too, Violaceous Violet Moonshadow Ink with the cling film technique same idea as yesterday's post, but with Moonshadow Inks!
All yummy, yum, yum, yumminess!!
I started making my Christmas cards yesterday, 'twas quite a frenzy! Lots of elements made for them so far, but no actual finished cards just yet, although 4 almost sort of done:) I had better get a move on with them...
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