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Monday, February 8, 2016

Glittery Hugs

Hi,

Lately I have been playing with my neon ink daubers.  I  tap them on the craft sheet and spritz with Perfect Pearl solution then lay a piece of card stock to soak up the diluted ink.  The results are never the same, and I like the shimmer I get from the Perfect Pearl.

For this card I used use Neon Orange and Neon Pink.  I love how soft it came out and there are areas that's not inked and I get a speckled look. 

 
Challenges:







Supplies:

Simon Says Stamp stamp (Flower Friend)
Simon Says Stamp cutting die (Painted Hugs)
Hero Arts stamp (Forever)
Hero Arts Neon Ink Daubers (Pink, Orange)
Hero Arts Pigment Ink (Unicorn)
MFT Die-namics cutting die (Stitched Rec STAX)
Ranger Perfect Pearl 
Elizabeth Craft Mircofine Glitter powder (Cool Diamond)
Sookwang
Memento Dye Ink (Tuxedo Black)
Stampendous embossing powder (Detail White)


Thanks for stopping by!  I wish you a lovely day!!

8 comments:

Ashwini Rao said...

Wow! Doesn't feel like neon inks are used at all! It looks really awesome!! I think I am going to use this technique too please, never tried it fearing that the ink might not spread enough.. But once again, awesome card! :)

Barb said...

The result is gorgeous Cindy. a technique I often use and am always amazed at the different results. Something about the speckled effect speaks to me every time i try it.

Chark said...

this is so pretty! lovely look to this.

Kathy S said...

That sounds like a fun technique and the outcome looks nothing like "neon". Fabulous and so perfect for the A A Bit of Sparkle challenge at A Blog Named Hero. Great to have you participate.

Barbara Schiassi said...

Very interesting technique! beautiful card, wonderful soft colors! thanks for joining us this week on Simon Monday Challenge Blog! Barbara

Mimi said...

Great idea to use the Distress Inks with Perfect Pearls mist! This is beautiful.

~amy~ said...

How pretty....love how soft the colors turned!
Thanks for joining the Hero Arts Fabulous Flowers Challenge!

Barb Ghig said...

Your background is gorgeous, Cindy! I love the pretty shade of pink, and your flower is stunning! Love your die cut sentiment, too...Awesome card!!!