Ink Blending on Glitter Cardstock – Lawn Fawn

Welcome back everyone! I have something new and exciting to share! I was playing with my Lawn Fawn ink pads one day and decided to experiment. You should know by now I’m a huge fan of ink blending so I decided to try it on the Lawn Fawn Pixie Dust card stock. The results are stunning!

VIDEO DETAILS

I have a video sharing tips and tricks that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

In my experimenting I learned a few things that work and don’t work. Be sure to head to the video as it’s easily explained and shown in the video.

For my rainbow card I used Raspberry, Sunflower, Freshly Cut Grass, Pumpkin Spice, Peacock, and Juice Box Lawn Fawn inks with a Life Changing Blender Brush. I recommend using a bristle type of brush when ink blending on a textured surface.

Since the inks stay wet for a while you risk the chance of the inks rubbing off. That is why I decided to die cut clouds from a panel of white card stock using the Simple Puffy Cloud Frames and add on top of my blended background. If you check out the video you can see I struggled getting my panel to stick but Lawn Fawn’s Double Sided Adhesive saved the day.

Another card I created was using Sunflower, Raspberry, Juice Box and Deep Sea Lawn Fawn inks. I added the Fancy Lattice over it die cut from white card stock and attached with Lawn Fawn liquid glue.

This technique creates amazing results but it can be a little tricky to work with if you don’t let the inks dry. I think it’s totally worth it though!

Don’t forget to check out the video HERE.

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