10 Ways to Use Shimmer Paint on Your Cards
Enjoy these photos of the cards made in the video.
Add shimmer paint to alcohol in an Aqua Painter. Then”flick”the paint over the cardstock. As an alternative, mix the shimmer paint and alcohol in a cup and use a paint brush to flick.
Add rubbing alcohol and some shimmer paint to a Wink of Stella brush that is pretty empty and “paint” your stamped image.
It will pull some of the color of the ink into the image.
With a sponge dauber, add the shimmer paint directly to your stamp with no other ink. Look what a pretty, soft “pearlized” image results.
The lower strip was created by rubbing the shimmer paint using a sponge dauber directly on Whisper White cardstock.
For this polished stone look, sponge your ink all over your Whisper White cardstock first.
Next, pour a bit of shimmer paint on an empty acrylic block. Scrunch up a piece of saran wrap or a plastic bag, dab that into the shimmer paint and dab it randomly over your cardstock.
This makes a lovely look that is hard to capture on a photo.
Change up your Designer Series Papers in two different ways with the shimmer paint – use a sponge dauber to rub directly over the paper, or add some shimmer paint with rubbing alcohol in Stampin’ Spritz bottle and spray it.
After inking your stamp, dab shimmer paint directly on the stamp before putting it on the paper.
I hope that has inspired you to try out the Shimmer Paint. Visit my You Tube Channel here to see lots of ideas – and, by the way, I would love to have you subscribe while you are there!
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