Versafine Clair: The Magic of Translucent Pigment Ink
Hello everyone! The new Versafine Clair is a fantastic translucent pigment ink that gives you a shiny touch on your projects with vibrant colors. On today’s project I decided to use ink splatters over a designer crumb cake card stock and my big surprise was seeing the prints of the paper through the splatters. Take a look at my card:
On this card I used several colors Versafine Clair, Verdant, Purple Delight, Charming Pink, Cheerful, Glamorous and the last one Nocturne. With this one I stamped the hooray message, and to be honest I was hoping it would cover all, but it did not happen.
First I stamped the ink splatters one by one and covered it with clear embossing powder. When I was satisfied with the design I stamped the sentiment using Versafine Clair Nocturne. This sentiment covered part of the crumb cake printed cardstock and part of the stamped and embossed ink splatters .
After stamping the sentiment I covered it with clear embossing powder and melted the powder with the heat tool. Over the crumb cake, the VersaFine Clair Nocturne ink covered everything perfectly, but left translucent properties over the splatter stamped area. I love this effect because it gives my project a real 3D effect.
This is a big difference with other pigments inks and now we can use the Versafine Clair with cardstock and decorated papers without worrying about losing designs , just thinking about improving the creativity.
Imagine Products Used:
- Versafine Clair: Summertime, Verdant, Purple Delight, Charming Pink, Cheerfu;, Glamorous and Nocturne
- Embossing: Clear
- Tear It! Tape
- Craft Mat
- Very Vanilla, Melon Mambo and Crumb Cake Printed Cardstock
- Ink Splatter by Joy Clair Stamps
- Super Scrip 2 by Altenew
- Double sided foam tape or Dimensionals
- Heat Tool