Playing with Minx Shimmering Inks – no 6

Remember these posts from me, Ellie?

Playing with Minx shimmering inks – no 4

Remember that, on an old table: using a bucket of water and paper, and of course … Minx,
I created a whole bunch of backgrounds?? I did a second post about that too:

Playing with Minx shimmering inks – no 5

Today’s post features the beautiful vibrancy of the Minx Shimmering Inks. 


The background on canvas paper.. still wet but drying in the sun!
Later on, I discovered that I must have dropped some water on it by mistake, as it had more drops than showing on this photo… that’s part of the fun!
I had to be everywhere, because the robot lawnmower wanted to mow over my backgrounds sometimes, hehe.


I wanted to enhance the drops, so I did not cover it up, but overstamped and used the background as part of the images.

Don’t forget.. there is a Snapguide at the end of this post, showing the steps to achieve the finished card.


A close-up: watch the droplet… with the inks all pushed to the edges of it. I think that’s magic… I couldn’t have painted it that way!

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Now for the second background:  very different paper, but a beauty too!


I cut it to size…

… and created this:
  

I sponged these tiny dots from the Lotus Stencil around the edge.

…for step-by-steps of this second card too, please see the Snapguide.

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Check out How to Make Cards From Minx Shimmery Backgrounds by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Have a play and show it to us on our Facebook group Art Anthology’s Adventures in Art !

SEE you next time! 

If you need more inspiration check out Art Anthology

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You can shop for everything used in this tutorial at Art Anthology’s online store.

Art Anthology Products Used:

Radiance Minx - Art AnthologyRadiance Minx

 Panache Minx - Art Anthology
Panache Minx

Stargazer Minx - Art AnthologyStargazer Minx

Lotus Stencil 6x9Lotus Stencil 6×9

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2 thoughts on “Playing with Minx Shimmering Inks – no 6

  1. Ryn

    Hello Ellie! Loved watching the progress of the shell card! The soft colours and watery feel of the backgrounds are beautiful. I also like that you decided not to cover it up with the shell stamp. The white highlights pop the images out and the touch of green on the tips is an unexpected contrast. You have such a great eye for detail!

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