Ombre Background TutorialBy Jcchris
Here I used the Mix'd Media Inx refill.
Squeeze some of the ink onto a craft sheet. The inks are think so you might want to water it down.
Use a wet tissue to work with the colors. I started with dark blue, medium blue and lastly a very light blue. Just keep stroking it up and down to get the gradient. If the colors in between does not blend, just spray some water, add the color and keep stroking it to blend.
Here is how it will look like.
Here's my completed layout...
Hope you enjoy this very simple tutorial to create an ombre effect on your creation! Thanks for swinging by :)
GCD Studios: Mix'd Media Stax (Manilla)GCD Studios: 12x12 paper (Scribbles)GCD Studios : Crafty ChronicleSpellbinders: Bitty BlossomsZutter: Corrugated BoardClearsnap : Mix'd Media Inx refillClearnsnap - Mix'd Media Inx (Chiffon)Want2Scrap: Finesse Swirls - Le Creme
Others: Lace & Silhouette Cameo Machine
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