Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Black Ice Technique with the Southern Serenade stamp set

Have you seen the Black Ice Technique? I keep seeing it and so I thought I would try it out.  The look is really pretty, sort of looks like an etching, and it is quite simple to do.
Most of the samples I have seen have been very dark, so I decided to lighten it up a bit with the Wisteria Wonder background and some white ribbon.  What do you think?
One of my friends brought this technique to a group meeting and we all thought it was fun, so then I brought it to a Stamp Camp and this is the card we did.  The place where my friend Linda saw this technique originally was from a demonstrator named Melissa Kerman, she has a lot of samples on her blog if you want to check them out.
I made a quick video for this technique if you would like to see it done step by step.  Check it out!

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1 comment:

  1. Very pretty, loving the sort of eclectic look or antique look. It looks really pretty with the wisteria wonder. Thanks also for the video - I will have to try this technique - I thought it was going to be a lot harder! Thanks again!

    Chris R. from Iowa


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