Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Spritz that Pigment Ink!

The Pigment Spritz technique appeared in the June/July 2009 newsletter.  Because most of my pigment inks are in little cubes, I chose my ink colors first and then looked for a piece of patterned paper I could use as a frame.  The image is from Rubber Stampede and the sentiment from River City Rubber Works.  A 5-inch square card is really one of my favorite shapes.

17 comments:

thestampinglady said...

Very, very nice Evelyn. Your colors are just like spring! Hope it arrives soon. Dar

Diana said...

Love this card - and I forwarded Design Junkie's email to River City Rubber works - I spent many fun hours with them a couple of years ago.......love their stamps :)

Sandra said...

very pretty!
Sandra

Shelly Schmidt said...

Two of my favorite colors- pink and Blue! Gorgeous card! Love the look of the technique. TFS

KathyR said...

This is beautiful, and perfectly put together.

Terry said...

Evelyn, Your card is just so pretty! Love the Spring colors!!

TFS!
Terry

Cathy Y said...

Wow, that's beautiful! I'm so ready for the spring colors.

Deborah said...

This is such a pretty card. I love the colors and the technique you chose to use :)

stamps&cars said...

Great colors. Love it!!

Beth said...

Gorgeous Evelyn and just lovely colors it should be hanging on a wall.

Tish said...

Shows you are ready for spring..
Great idea in this design.
Very clever to match ink then paper.
Thanks for posting.
Tish

Pat Bowman said...

Love the colors of this - and that technique is wonderful. I'm going to have to dig this one out and try it!

Lynn Stevens said...

Oh this just feels like spring! Lovely!!!

Shelly Hickox said...

Beautiful card Evelyn! I don't think I've ever tried this tech. You've inspired me to look it up!

JP Card Crazy said...

Fantastic card the colors are so soft and pretty!!

Beth Norman said...

Truly beautiful. I like how the flower stands all by itself. That alone gives a va va va voom that it deserves.

Nancy said...

I LOVE the colors in this card--you did a really lovely job of mixing unusual colors into a very striking flower. I, too, love the square card in this size. Your photo is being added to my inspiration file. Thanks!