Tuesday, 25 February 2020

TECHNIQUE TUESDAY

How To Use Your Inks With Clingfilm 

Good morning friends

Today I'm showing you the gorgeous effects achieved by using inks and clingfilm, plus in the video there are a few more examples.   I will use the left-over pieces for flowers, balloons etc






I didn't blend the two colours the same way on this card, but, just look at the result!  

Thank your for popping by today

June x

17 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card June, I was wondering why i had no notifications from you, I had to re follow this blog? Weird...anyway am here and hope you are feeling better.xx

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    1. Thank you Annie, health problems not yet resolved, but I wake up every morning and very grateful I do so

      Jx

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  2. this is fantastic June great technic
    very beautiful cards
    Gr Karin

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  3. Gorgeous cards and fab techniques x

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  4. It's a great technique using cling film with inks. So many different effects. Thank you June.

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  5. Hi June your cards are gorgeous. That is a fantastic technique you have shared with us. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  6. Love the pink and blue one,great idea june, xxx

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  7. Gorgeous card June. Will watch the video later. Sounds interesting

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  8. Love the beautiful butterfly die on the first and fabulous background on the secong-great technique and I have used this once with my sprays but thank you for the reminder
    Carol x

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