Friday, March 5, 2010

Wendy Vecchi Tutorial using Adirondack Dye Inks!

Due to popular demand, we recently added the entire line of Adirondack Dye Ink Pads to our store selection. These brilliantly colored ink pads come in 48 colors (Lights, Brights, and Earthtones) and coordinate with the other Adirondack products that we already carry (Paint Dabbers, Alcohol Inks, and Color Wash). We have also added the 24 colors of Adirondack Pigments Inks, too! Keep an eye out on upcoming demos on these:)

I wanted to share a tutorial with you today courtesy of the Ranger website. Get ready to get inspired.....and get inky!!!

This video is hosted by the fabulously talented Wendy Vecchi (visit her blog HERE). She demonstrates an awesome background technique using the Adirondack Dye Inks and Perfect Pearls. The result is stunning and so versatile! You can adapt it to any color scheme you favor. Here is a list of supplies you might need to achieve this cool effect...

Adirondack Dye Ink Pads - Denim, Rust, Oregano
Archival Ink Pad - Jet Black
Perfect Pearls - Heirloom Gold
Mini Mister
Craft Sheet
#8 Manila Tags
Ink Blending Tool and Replacement Foam
Adirondack Paint Dabber - Gold
Any Wendy Vecchi Background Stamp!
Water (you should have this at home already:)

Check out the Tutorial HERE....

I know...isn't that great! Enjoy this new technique and prepare to get inky!
~TERRA

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3 comments:

  1. Great inks-fantastic colours. Thanks for the tutorial.
    Magda x

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