This month the challenge is to dust off a rarely used tool or technique and use it on your card.
I watched a video tutorial a while ago to learn the straw blowing technique. It was interesting but didn't try until today. I used my watercolor ink refills (SU 2012 In-colors). Every piece of paer turned out differently depending on blowing. Whew... it was a bit of challenge for me.
To try this technique, you will need a glossy paper, watercolor ink refills, a straw and a Klenex tissue.
This was my first attempt on to a whole sized (8.5" x 11") card stock. I was ambitious.
Next, I cut a card stock into 4 pieces and it was easier to play with.
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That is pretty neat!ReplyDelete
You cards are always so cool!!!ReplyDelete
Very striking. Love the end result.ReplyDelete
Very clever and unique! Great card!ReplyDelete
This turned out really nice...ReplyDelete
This looks like a serious, inky & fun project! Great card!ReplyDelete
Great cards! Love the colors...just the right amount of pop! tfs!!!ReplyDelete
Wow, I've never seen that technique before! I'll have to check it out. Thanks for joining us in this week's Operation Write Home Sketch Challenge!ReplyDelete
WOW your papers came out fabulous. This looks and sounds like fun. I'm going to have to try this one for sure.ReplyDelete
Thanks for letting us know about it.
Seongsook, you did a great job on this technique and your cards are stunning. I've seen this technique before but have never tried it. Now you've got me wanting to try. :)ReplyDelete
Seongsook, that technique looks like a lot of fun and I like how each background comes out unique on the sets of cards. I also like the white text on the flowers and the circle sentiment. Thanks for sharing how you made the backgrounds for your gorgeous cards!ReplyDelete