Yesterday was my Technique Tuesday class and one of the techniques I showed was something I called Reverse Blendabilites. I am SURE someone has thought of this before and I'm SURE it has been blogged about, but honestly, when I went to look around for it, I couldn't find any samples of this anywhere!! So forgive me if this really has another name - that very well may be the case, but I'm not sure what that might be!
So anyway, this technique uses the Back to Black Designer Series Paper and the Blendabilities markers. If you have used Blendabilities before, you know that they tend to bleed through the cardstock you are coloring on. So, why not use that to your advantage??
So what we did, was color in the pattern on the BACK of the Back to Black DSP that we were using. We used two shades of Pumpkin Pie (dark and light) and two shades of Daffodil Delight markers (medium and light) and colored in every other space on the DSP.
When you flipped that over, here is what it looked like...
Pretty cool, right? I haven't had the chance to experiment with other colors and patterns, but when I do, I will show you the results!! It's a pretty cool (and easy) technique! Here is the entire card sample we created with this technique. It uses For All Things (can you tell that is one of my favorite stamp sets in the Holiday Catalog??
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