Copic Colorless Blender Refill {Love}

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

 
 
I shared a little sneak peek of this project last night on Instagram.
Dawn has been doing some beautiful techniques using her Copic colorless blender marker on top of stamped images.  It got me thinking....I wonder if these Pure Color Dye Inks react with colorless blender solution similar to the way that distress inks react with water....and in many ways they do!
 
 
You can apply ink to paper and add drips of the colorless blender solution to create all kinds of cool splatters.  For this card I decided to add the ink onto an acrylic block and then drip the solution onto the ink.  Then I placed my piece of white cardstock onto the acrylic block to pick up the color.  The longer you wait the more the splatters spread out.  Have fun experimenting!   
 
 
Ocean Drive Ink, Mojito Ink, Flamingo Ink (available 6/5/14)
 
The piece dries rather quickly as the solution evaporates.
I die cut the word 'love'  and the heart from Seasonal Sentiments.  Then I stamped my sentiments from Strictly Sentiments 4 and Hand Lettered Hello in Coconut Husk Ink (available 6/5/14)
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South Beach Collection
(available for purchase on 6/5/14 for $6 each)
 
 
To finish off the card I colored a few strips of white cardstock with Ocean Drive Ink
to border the main panel.
 
 
So glad you came by again today.
Don't forget to check out what Dawn, Joni, Chupa, and Maureen have for you!


*Please do this in a well ventilated area.

13 comments :

  1. Love this idea and this card! You are always thinking Kara. What a great look!

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  2. Wow, this is just gorgeous. I really must try this technique...

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  3. You are amazing and this is another fantastic technique!

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  4. This is so cool! I'm in awe of how creative you are, Kara!

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  5. What a COOL technique! Love it Kara <3

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  6. Wow what a fantastic technique; I wouldn't have thought to use my colorless blender this way!!

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  7. Beautiful and very fun, too.

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  8. Super cool technique! I would never have thought of this. Love your card!

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