Bring On The Love And Make Your Own Colour Spray Using Kuretake Pens

Are you looking for some love? Well you have found it!

Some inky love with Kuretake for the season of love and for Kuretake’s new Challenge, have you had a chance to check the Challenge out yet? There are some amazing prizes!

Materials: ZIG Memory System Calligraphy Antique Burgandy and RoseZIG Fabricolor Twin Red, ZIG Opaque Writer Anniversary Ivory, Basically Bare Bare Basics Hearts Set 2Basically Bare Bare Basics Hearts Set 1 and Basically Bare Bare Basics Buttons

I used the ZIG calligraphy and fabric pens to make my own colour Spritz for using with a mask on the large Basically Bare fabric heart, and here is how I did it:

You Will Need:

 ZIG Memory System Calligraphy Antique Burgandy and Rose

ZIG Fabricolor Twin Red

A non-stick sheet (craft sheet, plastic, acetate)

Small empty spray bottle

Pipette/ Eye-dropper

Perfect Pearls or Cosmic Shimmer powder

Water

Mini-scoop or thick tweezers

Step One – Scribble!

Scribble the pens onto the non-stick sheet to build up some colour. I’ve used all three pens but you can easily mix and match to make your own colours.

Step Two – Just Add Water

Pour a drop of water directly onto the scribble of colour and mix the colour into the water. Try to keep the pool of water in one large drop, don’t spread in around the sheet or break it up into smaller droplets.

Step Three – Suck!

Suck the coloured liquid up in the pipette (eye dropper) and put it into one of the empty spritz bottles. You can repeat Steps 1-3 as many times as you like to build up colour and volume. If you want to make the colour more intense use a drop of the coloured water from the spritz bottle on the scribble of ink instead of fresh water in Step 2.

Step four – Bling It Up!

If you want to add a bit of sparkle to your spritz then add a pinch of mica powder such as Perfect Pearls or Cosmic Shimmer to the bottle and mix well. Use your Kuretake colour Spritz as you would any other colour spray for a week then give your bottles a good wash with mild soapy water before making more.

There you have it, your own tailor made sparkly colour spray. I used it here through a mask on the fabric heart and to change the colour of this seam ribbon.

Don’t forget to checkout the new Kuretake’s new Challenge

Enjoy!

Kim

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28 Comments

  1. 14 February 2012 / 8:57 am

    Hi Kim this is beautiful x

  2. 14 February 2012 / 9:32 am

    Love this Kim, all the elements tie together so well! Gorgeous! x

  3. 14 February 2012 / 9:46 am

    wow gorgeous card and you have made altering your fabric look so easy. Great tutorial Kim 🙂

  4. 14 February 2012 / 10:52 am

    Beautiful! Love your card and the custom color.

  5. 14 February 2012 / 11:40 am

    Oh Kim this is amazing.
    So gorgeous heart card. Love it. xoxo

  6. 14 February 2012 / 12:20 pm

    Beautiful. Love all the textures on this one.
    Hugs
    Desire

  7. 14 February 2012 / 12:22 pm

    Gorgeous card Kim, I've seen the Kuretake products about, and you've made them look beautiful. Judith xx

  8. 14 February 2012 / 12:33 pm

    Great card Kim and thanks again for the tutorial, grretz, Janine

  9. 14 February 2012 / 2:19 pm

    It's gorgeous Kim, you must have have had a lot of fun doing this! Hope there is a lot of LOVE at your place today!!

    Hugs, Irene

  10. 14 February 2012 / 4:34 pm

    A really beautiful card Kim and TFS the 'how to'.

    Toni xx

  11. 14 February 2012 / 4:47 pm

    This is awesome…gorgeous Valentine work!!!

  12. 14 February 2012 / 5:35 pm

    A beautiful card, Kim! love the effect of the spray onto fabric

  13. 14 February 2012 / 6:08 pm

    Gorgeous card. I love the way it looks simple but has all the elements. Thanks for sharing the tip – have used re-inkers like this before but hadn't thought about pans, will have a go.
    Thanks also for visiting my blog and for your comments on my hearts journal page.

  14. 14 February 2012 / 6:46 pm

    this is AWESOME! thanks for the tutorial, will try for sure!

  15. 14 February 2012 / 7:11 pm

    Beautiful card!! Thanks for sharing how you did this. I'm off to find an eye dropper.

  16. 14 February 2012 / 9:13 pm

    A beautiful card, love the use of the corrugated cardboard.

  17. 15 February 2012 / 1:17 am

    Happy Valentine's Day Kim
    (we are a little behind you in the UK)
    Love this project. Thanks for sharing the spritz technique.
    Take care, Lesley ♥

  18. 15 February 2012 / 9:14 am

    Wow! I love this Kim – it's fabuloue.
    xxx Hazel.

  19. 15 February 2012 / 10:00 am

    so stunning kim.fantastic texture and design 😀

    xx coops xx

  20. 15 February 2012 / 12:00 pm

    Oh what a clever idea to make a spray from the Zig pens! That is so cool, I need to try that too. Thanks for sharing, Kim! Love your card too! 🙂

  21. 15 February 2012 / 2:01 pm

    ohoo I will have a good with what 'stuff' I have and see what happens. I have one, well, a few, of those 'sucker-upers, I got them from the vet…! (cat was unwell…ummm never mind!) I've never used them, they are still sealed, so now they'll have a place in my craft room…Happy Crafting
    (Lyn)

  22. 15 February 2012 / 6:23 pm

    Gorgeous, Kim! I love the colour, and the very intriguing background you've created, too. I have made DIY glimmer mists using Perfect Pearls and Distress re-inkers. It's great to be able to tailor-make your own colour combinations, isn't it.

  23. 15 February 2012 / 8:16 pm

    That's so cool!! Thanks for sharing the wonderful info!

    Shelby

  24. 16 February 2012 / 6:45 pm

    Fantastic card Kim.. Loz

  25. 18 February 2012 / 1:59 pm

    This is absolutely gorgeous! I came here to thank you for kind comment on my site! I have now discovered Kuretake and will participate in the challenges as soon as I get some product ordered! Love all your wonderful creations and great tutorials. Had fun looking at your site!

  26. 3 March 2012 / 7:42 pm

    love this!!! Fab layout and fab mix of texture!! Hugs juls

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