Just Be Happy | Splashed Ink | Cards

Hello! We have the awesome Giovanna (giogiocraft) here on the blog today with some gorgeous ‘happy cards’ featuring silhouette stamps and vibrant ink splashes!

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Ehehhe these cards just make me smile! To make the ‘splashy’ effect you need a siringe or a straw, and then have fun 🙂


The stamp set I used is Tomorrow Doesn’t Exist


happy - jumping - girl - rubber stamp



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And I also inked the sentiment stamp Voices In Your Head


quirky sentiment stamps - rubber



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TUTORIAL:

Mix  some crystal powder  and a bit of water (this technique works pretty well also with acrylic paints and watercolours)


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aspirate with syringe (just a little bit)


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then put your card in a box to protect all around you and with a swift movement of your hand empty the syringe


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if you don’t have a syringe you can use a straw blowing the mist around


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when dry add a stamped image and a sentiment


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happy cards - silhouette stamps - inky - Visible Image



 

We love these cards Gio! You can’t help but smile looking at them! Thank you for brightening our day ♡

You can find more of Giogio’s wonderful projects over on her blog.



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Helen & Mark xx


 

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