We all kept thinking that our hands may never come clean! Good thing they had pumice stones in the bathroom so we could try to scrub off the ink 2 or 3 times a day.
Who knew there were so many colors?
Neither of us had ever used Ranger Color Wash. We were a little apprehensive when they said, "be careful because if you get the wash on your skin it will stain". I think we all pictured ourselves going through airport security with blue splatter all over our faces.
We ended up learning some cool techniques and can't wait till I can get my hands on more.
10 Seconds Studios with Alcohol Ink...super easy and fun to do. The depth of color in the Alcohol inks is phenomenal...wish you could see it in person. The metal was run through a machine like a Sizzix Big Shot using Tim Holtz new embossing folders.
Grunge board gears painted and distressed with Metallic paint and Distress ink.
These are all the tags we made with Tim. Each tag represents a technique (even more tags were made with Caludine Helmuth) we learned this weekend.
What a great library of ideas.
I admit not all my techniques tags are great, far from it. But there are some I loved so much I wanted to keep trying the technique over and over, like Alcohol Ink on glass.