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Inks are a wonderful addition to your stash as it enables you to experiment and enhance your pages easily!
Last week, I made a colorful photo background using Distress inks and a circle die cut!
Today, let's finish it off by adding ink splatters for a cool and fun effect! ✨
Wait! Now That You Have Your Splatter Design Ready, Then You'll Need To Start Incorporating Them To Your Layout....Let Me Show You...
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Let's start this adorable design by preparing your previous layout and an ink (acrylic or pigmented) of your choice!
Start off by removing your photograph from the page as we do not want the ink to damage it.
As you can see, I did not take out my title because I'm not worried about it getting ink at all since they are of the same color!
Now for the fun part...it's time to create those really lovely splotches!
Grab your ink, lift it up, and drop a splash!
The trick here is that you have to come up super high before you make that splat! Remember that the higher you go, the bigger spatters you'll get!
As for me, I used black pigmented ink because I love its smooth texture that's perfect for today's activity!
Can you see that? I just love the contrasting effect that the ink made on my colorful page!