Make your own Blending Tool.... ...and Save Money. Save yourself a fortune and make your own Blending tool. Do you like to use inks on your creations, maybe to make your own background papers or just to add a vintage look to the edges? And do you find that the blending tools available in the shops are rather expensive especially when you would like several of them?
Studio 490: marbled embossing powder... Wendy Vecchi; June 2015
parchment paper background technique. 1:2 glue to water mixture, brushed all over CS. Add beads, threads etc, then layer the parchment or deli paper, spreading more glue. Let dry. Pounce alcohol inks in a variety of colors.
Sharpie and rubbing alcohol on a cotton shirt - fake tie-dye