Techniques · Thinking of You

Re-inker Spritz


Have you wondered what to do with our Glossy White Card Stock?  I found some cute cards by Patty Bennett and Cindy Wilkerson lately and I had to try it!

When I signed up 10 years ago, we had this card stock.  They just re-released it with the Annual catalog, and I am so happy!  So many fun techniques can be done with it! This one I am calling Re-Inker Spritz and it is so simple!!


First, you want to pick out 2-3 re-inker colors.  Then you want to place your Glossy White Card Stock in a protected area so you don’t get ink/water all over. Next, you will take your re-inker bottle and gently squeeze it while touching the tip to the paper.  The farther way you drop the re-inker, the bigger the mess. (trust me) Then take a Spritzer filled with water and spritz until you see desired results.  Take tissues (not paper towels) and dab on the sides of the paper where it’s pooling.  Let it sit and dab if needed again. To speed up the drying process, I heat set it with the Heat Tool.  (DO NOT use photo paper: doesn’t absorb as well, burns/bubbles with the heat tool).  Next, I used a artistic stamp and versa mark to make it have some texture. I heat set Gold embossing powder. To finish it off, I added my sentiment and some ribbon. (I paper saved by using the circle punch and the mat color).

Here are others I made while playing with this! I did have several that I didn’t like, but that was before I discovered the trick of not holding the bottle up top high.

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