Tuesday, July 9, 2013

You're The Sweetest!

Happy Tuesday everyone! It's Shari here. Put on your sunglasses because I've got a bright one for you today!  I had a great time playing with my Dylusion Ink Sprays to create this wild and vibrant card.


By using Ranger Pipettes, a drinking straw and some air... I get this really cool effect!


Check out my video below to see how it's done!


Thanks for hanging out with me today, I'll see you next time!



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59 comments:

  1. The video says it is private. Can't run it.

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  2. What a fun technique. Kinda reminds me of the art work we did as kids!

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  3. Love those Bright colors!! Cute & COOL!

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  4. WOW....Love this! Fabulous bright colors & not cluttered with a bunch of unneccesary "stuff"!
    Hugs, Renee

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  5. Great card and a fun technique and I would love to try it, but I don't have the Dylusions inks. I'm wondering if I couldn't use other inks as well. I might not get the same bright colors, but I think a more subtle look could be pretty too!

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  6. Fabulous technique, have to try it.

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  7. I love this technique! Awesome card Shari!

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  8. Wow you weren't kidding when you said we need sunglasses! What a bright, fun card! Love it!

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  9. Awesome awesome technique!!! I will be using this real soon, thanks!

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  10. Shari,
    How fun is this card. I am in love with the bright colors and the fun technique. Thanks for sharing.
    Tracy
    tannersplus5.blogspot.com

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  11. Such a fun card, love the colors! Just looking at it makes me smile:) Thanks for sharing!

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  12. I remember doing that as a kid in art class. Looks like fun!

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  13. This is a neat technique and I'm sure my kids will love any excuse to play with ink.

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  14. WOWZA! Love this card and technique!

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  15. absolutely FABulous!!! love this card, reminds me of the 80's :) ♥

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  16. Love this card and technique so much! Definitely want to try.

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  17. I love to do thgis technique with my daughter... Great this bright card!

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  18. Oh, my gosh, that is such a FUN card, Shari! I love how your blown paint splatters turned out! So cool!

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  19. This is the first technique I've seen in a while that I really have to try right away. This card turned out great...thanks so much for the video.

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  20. This is so cool! I was just thinking I wanted to do a technique like this, and now I know what tools I need. Thanks for the great video! =)

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  21. SHARI!!!!!! THIS IS AWESOME!!!! I watched the video...and squealed with glee! :)

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  22. On my list of techniques to try!

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  23. Wow, you were right. Bright and beautiful

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  24. Love these fun colors.... can't wait to try out some of the Dylusions sprays!

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  25. OMGosh, I cannot WAIT to try this! Thanks!

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  26. Fun technique and fun colors! Love this . TFS

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  27. Have to admit I was skeptical at first, but so glad I watched the video Shari! I learned some things, and realized it will be fun to do this with my daughter who loves to craft with her momma :) TFS!

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  28. Just love those vibrant colors you used. Definitely simple to do.

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  29. Love this tutorial! This looks like so much fun to do! :)

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  30. Great video and card. Thank you for sharing the
    technique.

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  31. This looks so much fun to do.. Too bad I dont own any :(
    And I have way too many other items that top my wishlist right now..

    So I guess I have to wait. But I had fun watching you :D

    Regards,
    Vithya

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  32. Great card! Love this effect, can't wait to try it. I don't have any dylusions sprays but I will just use something else for now. Love those bright colors though! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  33. What a happy and vibrant card this is...would cheer anyone instantly!!

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  34. Love the bright colors. I am definitely going to try this.

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  35. Wow! Love the colors and what a fun technique!

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  36. How fun! it reminds me of that paint splatter machine I had as a kid!
    I love the vibrancy of "Dylusions"

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  37. What a fun way to do a background.

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  38. What a fun card! Love the bright colors & fun ink splatters!

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  39. wow this card is so fun...love the paint like splatters!

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  40. Great way to use those Dylusions spray inks. I love that whole line. And as usual Shari you've come up with a terrific design.

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  41. Love this, as did my 13 year old daughter. We are making some today! Thanks for a great idea, and for inspiring my daughter enough to get her to want to spend time with her boring old mom:)

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  42. THis is such a fun idea! I never thought of using a straw, but have used the compressor that I have for my Copic Markers and that really blows the inks all over!! I also think the Watercolor Paper gives it an even more special effect!!

    Love Love Love this card!!

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  43. Eeps! All my gave colors. I am wearing a shirt like this right now!

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  44. Love this card! I already knew the technique for doing it with children, but this color combo, the sentiment and the hearts makes it a great card!

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  45. What a fun technique.I will try this soon!!

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  46. I love this technique, would love to give it a try. Thank you for sharing it. :-)

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  47. Would love to try this, but the video is not showing up for me! :(

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  48. Wow, love the bright colors and the cool technique!!

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  49. lovely technique, thanks for sharing!

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  50. I have to get some of the Dy-lusionals!!!! Love the neon!!!!
    <3 J

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