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Video Play Dates Spray Ink edition with a Whole Mess of Spray Inks!

Am I an organized, methodical type of person who analyzes or am I the kind that jumps right in and has to play to figure it out?  You might already know the answer if you’ve seen many of my videos.

Play Dates with Carolyn Dube Come and have fun while exploring different supplies!  Play Dates are all about the conversation for me and I’d love to know how you figure out which spray inks make you happiest?  What is it you like in a spray ink?  Are you as picky about how the bottle feels in your hand as I am? Do tell because inquiring minds want to know!

So how can you join the conversation?  Leave a comment here telling us all what you enjoy about spray inks or what your favorite is or tip or trick!  Click on over to  A Colorful Playground over on Google+ and share your spray ink creations. It can be something new or a favorite spray ink project from whenever!  Join in however you are comfortable!

Want to know more about Play Dates? Check out this post here that explains it all!

Watch How I Figure Out Which Spray Ink is Best for Me on YouTube.

Video Play Dates Spray Ink edition with a Whole Mess of Spray Inks!Want to win an Encouraging Words stencil?   One commenter on this blog post chosen by Random.org will get the Encouraging Words stencil!  Want more chances?  Share this on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. and come back and tell me where you shared it for more chances to win!  Be entered by the end of the day on Oct. 2nd to win. I’ll announce the winner on my blog on Oct. 3rd. (and yes, Internationals can win too!)  Be sure to check out the posts earlier this week to be entered in those giveaways too!

Supplies Used:

  • Encouraging Scribble stencil
  • The Paper I used
  • A zillion (not literally) different spray inks, many of them antiques and no longer in production.  And in the video I call one Making Memories, but that isn’t right…it is actually Memories Mist.  Oops.  Here are some of them…Hero Arts neons, Color Shine, Shimmering Mist, Memories Mist, Mr. Huey, Shimmerz Paints, Glimmer Mist and Chalkboard from Tattered Angels…
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Video Play Dates Spray Ink edition Burying Dylusions Spray Ink that Bleeds with Carolyn DubeSome spray inks bleed and that can be a very useful thing.  I’m burying the Dylusions spray inks and creating a softer, aged feeling as it bleeds through the gesso.

Video Play Dates Spray Ink edition Burying Dylusions Spray Ink with Carolyn Dube

In today’s Play Date video, I’m taking a spray ink that I adore because of its vibrance and showing how it can be wonderful muted down too!

 

 

Play Dates are all about the conversation about a supply and  how we can all spark each other’s creativity.  Do you like the bold vibrant look of Dylusions or a softer, gentler look when you create?   I’d love to hear what you’re thinking about spray inks.

 

Play Dates with Carolyn Dube Come and have fun while exploring different supplies!

So how can you join the conversation?  Leave a comment here telling us all what you enjoy about spray inks or what your favorite is or tip or trick!  Click on over to  A Colorful Playground over on Google+ and share your spray ink creations. It can be something new or a favorite spray ink project from whenever!  Join in however you are comfortable!

Want to know more about Play Dates? Check out this post here that explains it all!

Watch Burying Spray Inks that Bleed on YouTube.

Want to win a Rembrandt’s Words stencil?   One commenter on this blog post chosen by Random.org will get a Rembrandt’s Words stencil!  Want more chances?  Share this on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. and come back and tell me where you shared it for more chances to win!  Be entered by the end of the day on Oct. 2nd to win. I’ll announce the winner on my blog on Oct. 3rd. (and yes, Internationals can win too!)

Supplies Used:

Be sure to check out all the Play Dates this week: Day 1, Day 2

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Play Dates: A Sticky Spray Ink

Video Play Date with Color Blooms spray inks and rubber stamps with Carolyn Dube

Different spray inks do different things for me.  Prima’s Color Blooms have a sticky feel to them (not implying they are glue like, just a bit stickier on the hands) and that means they work well with things I want them to stick to – like a rubber stamp without beading up.

In today’s Play Date, I show you how easy it is to use spray ink with a rubber stamp from Technique Junkies.  Then to get even crazier with you – I used lots of brown!

Video Play Date with a sticky spray ink and rubber stamps with Carolyn DubePlay Dates are all about the conversation about a supply.  Do you notice the feel of the ink on your hands being different from one brand to another?  I’d love to hear what you’re thinking about spray inks.

 

Play Dates with Carolyn Dube Come and have fun while exploring different supplies!  So how can you join the conversation?  Leave a comment here telling us all what you enjoy about spray inks or what your favorite is or tip or trick!  Click on over to  A Colorful Playground over on Google+ and share your spray ink creations. It can be something new or a favorite spray ink project from whenever!  Join in however you are comfortable!

Want to know more about Play Dates? Check out this post here that explains it all!

 

Watch Play Dates: Spray Inks and Rubber Stamps on YouTube.

Want to win a Wall of Words stencil?   One commenter on this blog post chosen by Random.org will get Wall of Words!  Want more chances?  Share this on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. and come back and tell me where you shared it for more chances to win!  Be entered by the end of the day on Oct. 2nd to win. I’ll announce the winner on my blog on Oct. 3rd. (and yes, Internationals can win too!)

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