Hope you have enjoyed this week’s play dates! If you’ve missed any there is still time to join in!
- Monday: Making a Holographic Background
- Tuesday:A Sticky Spray Ink
- Wednesday: Burying Spray Inks that Bleed
- Thursday: How I Decide Which Spray Inks I Love
- Friday: Use Each Spray Ink for What it Does Best
There’s a different giveaway on each day. Be entered by the end of the day on Oct. 2nd to win. I’ll announce the winners here on the blog on Oct. 3rd.
Play Dates are all about the conversation and it doesn’t have to stop here! Share your spray ink play over in the Google+ community. Here are just some of my favorite comments from the week.
What supply would you like to have a conversation about for the next Play Date? Let me know in the comments!
During your videos I notice how neat and organized everything is Do you have many stamps? Do you collect them by themes or companies ? How do you store them so you can find what you want? They seem to take up so much room.
Oh, this is a big question Vicki! I have flat files that I store them in, and little drawers, and messy drawers – they’re all over the place!
The shimmer comes across well enough for me to know I want some! Will definitely give this a try.
I would sure like to see someone (hint, hint) come up with a chart that had all the properties of the different sprays – like the gel pen chart at Jetpens. I try to remember and make swatches, but then forget. Thanks for having a fun week of spraying.
For the next playdate? I think I would like you to start a conversation about all the different paints you use on the gelli plate…heavy body, thin body, etc.
I finally got some pan pastels. I’d love more techniques for them, soft pastels, and oil pastels, particularly using them in conjunction with acrylics.