Thursday, July 18, 2013

AlphabeThursday - I is for Ink Spray


There's a product that I've been using a lot recently, called Dylusions Ink Spray 
(there's also another spray that I have called Adirondack Color Wash that is similar).  
The Dylusions ink come in a bottle and you can mix it with water and dilute it if you want.  
Or you can just use the intense color like it is.  


Something new that Dylusions offer is called White Linen ink, 
which you can mix with the other colors, if you‘re looking for a softer tone.  
I talk about it here, in a BBArtisans Challenge I participated in.  


This post is linked with AlphabeThursday this week, for the Letter I.  
Come by and visit!

15 comments:

Tracy Cook said...

Looking good for a new craft but i dare not start something new

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Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

That's a really cool product -- I imagine that it is kind of like spritzing acrylic paints with a toothbrush, but with ink, of course!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

I am in awe of creative people like you!

Wish I had the "create" gene...

Erika said...

I like working with ink but it can be messy. I spray over paper towels and save them for future journal/art projects so I don't feel like I am wasting the ink or paper.

Pam Beers. said...

This looks like fun...as long as the cat doesn't get in the way.

Rose said...

I've learned so much about inks from you. The possibilities for craft supplies never ends!

Natashalh said...

Fun! I've never heard of that brand before - I'll have to check the local stores!

Kathleen said...

Looks like a lot of fun! I like the soft texture a lot!

EG CameraGirl said...

I like the look of the sprayed ink. Seems like there are many creative ways it could be used.

pasqueflower said...

Wow! Mixed media is a whole new world for me. Never knew about ink sprays.

Gattina said...

I never used this !

Pondside said...

I can see that a lot of fun could be had with that ink spray. Great idea!

Splendid Little Stars said...


ooo...that's cool! I could possibly spray some of my fabric dye on paper. The result may not be a lovely, though. hmmmmm.....

Jenny said...

Oooh, ooh!

I like this!

What a neat effect. Like airbrushing almost!

thanks for sharing this intriguing idea for the letter 'I'.

A++++

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