Happy, happy Saturday! Last night I was working on a project for Tuesday’s tutorial and blended some Distress Ink onto a tag. I always love the way Distress Ink colors blend together. There are times I love the blended ink so much that I think maybe I should just stop right there! Of course I never do, I gotta go further!
I thought that it might be fun to share these blended backgrounds in a post of their own. I think often times that they get lost in the larger tutorials. So I am going to kick off a new feature, Beautiful Blends that single out the basic background with some colors marked to make it easy for you (and me) to remember color blends that we like.
I hope you will find this new feature helpful! I will add a new Beautiful Blends gallery soon so that it will be easy to find them.
PS. If you need help with learning to use a blending tool to apply Distress Ink, check out the video I have. It is older, but still great info! Find it here: How to blend and apply Distress Ink.
PS.2 The lighting really makes the Cracked Pistachio photograph really brightly. It is much softer in person. Trust me, give it a try!