January 17, 2013

Bo Bunny Stamps & Dylusions Ink Spray

Today on the Bo Bunny blog we are featuring the new Bo Bunny Stamps!  I must say that Bo Bunny has outdone themselves with this release!  As soon as I had these stamps in my hands, I knew I wanted to play with them.  And with play with them I did!!! I combined them with VersaMark Watermark Ink, clear embossing powder and Ranger Dylusions Ink Spray to create a super cool resist technique.  I also had a very happy accident with the heat gun that I will share with you!!! I created a simple photo/video tutorial to share with you today that takes you through the steps for how I created the background. 

This layout has a bit of distressed, funky, shabby style to it. I am not quite sure what the exact style might be, but I have given up on trying to define my style.  I love to play with stuff and this is what I created with it today!!! I also had fun adding a bunch of Bo Bunny Blossoms to my layout.


I am not a huge flower person normally, but I go through phases where I really love them and then I can do without them again.  Today, was one of my really love them days!!! LOL!!!  Now I am wondering if I should have distressed them a bit. Any thoughts?




Now for a more up close look at the stamping and inking!





Supplies:
Patterned Paper, Noteworthy, Trinkets, and Jewels: Bo Bunny Prairie Chic
Chipboard: Bo Bunny Et Cetera
Stamps: Bo Bunny Prairie Chic Stamp, Distress Textures Stamp, Flourishes & Such Stamp, Geometric Patterns Stamp and Stained Textures Stamp
Blossoms: Bo Bunny Denim Blue Daisy, Denim Blue Bouquet, Denim Blue Zinnia, Denim Blue Dahlia
Ink: Tsukineko VersaMark Watermark Ink Pad, Ranger Archival Ink in Black, Ranger Distress Ink in Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain
Spray Ink: Ranger Dylusions Ink Spray in Cut Grass, Bubblegum Pink and Vibrant Turquoise
Heat Tool: Marvy Uchida


And here is the video tutorial:



So, what did you think?  Are you ready to bust out your stamps & spray inks for a little creative play time?!?!

I really enjoy your visits & comments! Thank you so much for stopping by today!!!
HUGS!!!
juliana

14 comments:

  1. Very cool technique-I can't wait to give it a try!

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  2. How fun! Thank you SOOO much for the video tutorial. I loved it so much I watched it twice!!! Great techniques and an amazing layout!

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  3. Love it!
    Thank you for this cool technique...

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  4. Loveeeeeeeeeee your lo!! LOVING that background you created and loveeeeeeeeee the flowers!! And thanks for the great tutorial!! LOVED it!!

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  5. Beautiful page, Juliana!! I love the pretty colors on this and the stamping and mixing of colors gives your page such a pretty water color effect!

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  6. Juliana, fabulous tutorial girl!!! love your page...you know I do!!

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  7. Awesome tutorial!! It's so professional looking and easy to follow!! Just love this Juliana!! thanks for sharing! xo

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  8. I seriously can't wait for those stamps to hit the shelves Juliana, talk about a huge inspiration seeing your layout. I love it!

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  9. Fabulous colors! And those BoBunny stamps look so yummy! Love the layout!

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  10. What a fantastic layout, Juliana! I love the richness of the colours. Thanks for the video tutorial - I must give this a try! Also, I really like that the flower are pretty, clean, and undistressed - they provide some "relief" from the distressed background.

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  11. This is GORGEOUS!!! Matisse would be jealous of your color! Love the embossing powder as a resist and the over saturation. Stunning!

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  12. Excellent tut! I have all the Dylusions inks and now can't wait to go do something fun! But I have GOT to put away all my Christmas stuff first. Then I will let myself play! LOL!! Thanks for sharing your talents with us. You are so amazing!

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HUGS!!!
JULIANA