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Tutorial with Kim

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Hi there Fancy Pants Designs crafty friends,

Today I am going to share a fabulous mixed media technique: 'Ombre Ink Wash', that I am sure you are going to want to try out too. 

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Artsy supplies you'll be needing

  • Yellow spray ink
  • Orange spray Ink
  • Shocking pink spray ink
  • Red spray ink
  • Large paint brush
  • Water

Step #1

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Collect your supplies. I used a piece of water-color paper as the base.

 

Step #2

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Wash the top of your paper with a band of plain water. Now dip your brush in the yellow ink and wash across your page, blending as you paint.

Step #3

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Wash another band of plain water underneath the first yellow band and blend another yellow stripe using less ink so the yellow color is less vibrant. 

Step #4

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Wash another two bands across your page, painting with orange next, then pink with a touch of red on the edge for extra punch.

Step #5

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Using your dot pattern stencil, daub red ink with cotton wool or a sponge around the edges of your page for texture.

Step #6

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Use the ink-wet sponge to re-color the entire dot stencil to be used in your page design.

Step #7

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Dip a wet paint brush in blue ink & loosely run it along the edge of the page for a flash of contrast color. 

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Layer your page elements on top of the colored stencil.

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Using strips of moistened patterned paper and clear packing tape, make yourself some 'faux washi tape'.

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Attach sentiment stickers as journaling and some tabs and a button and you are all done.

If you use this technique to create a page using Fancy Pants Designs products, remember to upload it to our Facebook page for us all to enjoy.

Happy crafting!

~Kim

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