I’m a big fan of spray inks and when there is a new one I have to try it out. I bought some Color Bloom spray inks and started playing. They sprayed fine. The big handle was easy to use. They had some shimmer. But there was one way they were far superior to other spray inks I’ve used – and that is with a stamp. Check out the video to see how I used the spray ink with a stamp.
Watch Stamping with Color Bloom Spray Inks on YouTube.
Here’s the forgotten art journal page from YEARS ago…I feel in love with it at this point making it too precious and then it was forgotten. Until now.
Colors Blooms worked so much better on a stamp than any of my other spray inks.
I love the large sheets of stamps by Kari McKnight Holbrook. Of course, I could cut them into individual stamps but there is something I adore about stamps that are so large.
The quote I typed directly onto deli paper.
I had to add words to this…you know me. I picked the words that matched the message the stamped woman was speaking to me.
- Uplifting Words stencil
- Fade Horizontal stencil
- Color Bloom spray ink– Tangerine
- Mystery Woman stamp
- Gel Medium
- Acrylic Paint
- Inktense Colored Pencil
- 9×12 Art Journal
- Deli Paper (this is not the exact brand I used..can’t find the exact one -sorry!)