I used the technique where you spread drops of reinker inside an acetate folder and then put CS inside and brayer over the folder to transfer the color to the CS. Don't know what it's called. In the white spaces that were left, I sponged some Cameo Coral and Lovely Lilac.
Date: Friday, May 27, 2005 GMT Views: 623
Stamps: Sage Advice
Paper: Winter White, Lavendar Lace, Taken With Teal
Ink: Tempting Turquoise, Green Galore, Bliss Blue (I think!) reinkers, Black Stazon
Registered: December 31, 2004 Location: Denver, CO Posts: 755
Sat, May 28, 2005 @ 5:53 AM
Your technique is beautiful and I love your Monet title. The appearance is very soft, ethereal and Monet-esque (new word to complement smooshing). This card is headed for my Favorites file and will be attempted sometime this weekend. TFS.
Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas any more. ...
Registered: June 30, 2004 Location: Brooklyn, NY Posts: 384
Sat, May 28, 2005 @ 8:55 AM
I didn't use glossy for this one, I used the US White. You use 2 sheets back to back, since the ink will be on both sides of the folder after you brayer it the first time. So if you were using glossy, both shiny sides would be facing out. Someone told me this technique is called Tie Dye.