Friday, March 19, 2010

Flower power

Did you know that you can actually color in an image with Smooch inks?  It's not just for highlighting certain areas (but it does do that very well).  This flower was colored entirely with Smooch pearlesence inks.  It's harder to blend in shades, but you can a little.  The camera was able to catch some of the glimmer this card throws off.
One of the cool things about Smooch inks is their precise applicator brush.  If you haven't seen them, they look like a nail polish bottle.  I think it would be very hard to make the small white dots in the center of the flower with some other kind of applicator (you can always double click on the picture to enlarge it). 

For those of you who are curious about the way I store my Smooch Spritz (see previous entry for an example using Smooch Spritz), it's the Mini Mister tiered organizer.  They fit in there perfectly!!  I'm going to have to get another one for the new colors that just came out. We'll expore another way to use Smooch inks soon.   Enjoy.

1 comment:

Pat Jandacek said...

Hi, Anne - Pat here from Colleen's Alcohol Inks Class. It's my first glimpse at class 'cause I had out of town company all week and the first thing I discovered was the Chat room. From there to here and I'm going to spend some time perusing your blog. I'd not heard of Smooch before and it does make a beautiful picture, with your input, of course.