Thursday, October 28, 2010

Polished Stone Technique - more background samples

The class last night was all about re-inkers - using them to make backgrounds, and using them to paint an image on tiles.  A good time was had by all. No 2 backgrounds were the same despite using the same colors of re-inkers.
As promised here are some more background samples using the Polished Stone Technique:
The sample on the left was made using Pumpkin Pie, More Mustard and a gold metallic.- on the right Baja Breeze, Soft Sky and metallic

Left:  Bali Breeze, Soft Sky, Not Quite Navy, and gold smooch
Right:  Tempting turquoise, Rich Razzelberry, and gold metallic
Bottom:  Basic Gray and Silver

Aren't these samples great?  We made a mess - be sure to wear gloves and protective clothing and extra paper on the table.- but we had fun.
Some of the students stamped with Black Stazon on their samples, others embossed their images in either silver or gold.

 Top Left:  Riding Hood Red, More Mustard, Gold Metallic
Top Right: Pear Pizzaz, Old Olive, Wild Wasabi, gold metallic
Bottom Left: Rich Razzelberry, Pearl Metallic
Bottom Right: Peach Parfait, More Mustard, Gold Metallic

1 comment:

Jane said...

I took Maria's class last night with her re-inkers and thought it would be just an ok class as I am not good with alcohol inks and never produced anything truly great but what a surprize I got. The class was great. I came home with lots of ideas and new backgrounds for cards. Stampin Up re-inkers are much better than Ranger alcohol inks- better and more colors to choose from. I am ordering a whole bunch of different colors I cannot get from Ranger. Much softer colors too. Move over Tim Holtz

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