Hello! Today’s video shares a fun way to create an inked night sky… along with a Product Release Close-Up featuring the newest WPlus9 products.
[All supplies are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post. To watch the video in HD on YouTube, click HERE.]
I love a fun, inky background. In this video, I use a combination of products to create a night sky scene. I started by creating Embossing Paste stars on white cardstock using the Hero Arts Stars stencil After adding lots of Distress Ink on top of the entire piece once it was dry, I applied drips of various mixes of water, Perfect Pearls and Hero Arts Unicorn Mist. All together, the layers and colors give a fun look of dimension…
Check out how the Embossing Paste stars don’t ink as much (with the Distress Inks) as the background… allowing them to stand out. Love this. So very, very cool.
Interested in other videos that relate to this?
- Another Night Sky Technique – This video shows another way to get a fun galaxy-look.
- Yes Another Night Sky Technique – And here is another. Super fast.
- WPlus9 Galaxy Technique – I love this technique from Dawn over at WPlus9. She is amazing.
- Texture Paste + Distress Ink – As I mentioned, if you put Distress Ink over Texture Paste (not Embossing Paste), you get more vibrant color. You can see that in action in this video. Both are cool effects… just different. (As I said in my comparison video – both products are great.)
WPLUS9 PRODUCT RELEASE CLOSE-UP
At the end of my video, I shared a close look at the newest release from WPlus9, along with some ideas for using them. Such great new products. I hope to use many of them here soon. All of these products are listed in the thumbnails below.