July 19, 2017

Salad Spinner Ink Spreading on Glossy Paper Technique!

Have I told you how happy I was when I found out Stampin' Up! brought back our Glossy White Cardstock? I teach classes in my home and I have a long list of techniques that incorporates this cardstock. For today's project, I am adding a new one to my glossy paper techniques list.  Don't you just love my background?

Of course by reading the title of my post, you've probably guessed how I made the background. The answer is with a salad spinner....really? I saw several videos showing this technique so I quickly drove to Walmart and picked up this salad spinner which cost about $10:

I then chose my re-inker colors of Tempting Turquiose, Flirty Flamingo and Pear Pizzazz. A nice assortment of colors right? I also used some foam board with a small hole in the center as my base for my cardstock. There's a knobby portion in the center of the salad spinner and I wanted a place to sit my cardstock flat so I could do my magic. By adding the foam board over the knob, it creates a flat surface to place your cardstock on. I hope that makes sense. I'm going to try to create a video to show you how it's done. 

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