VIDEO: Try This Color Burst Technique

VIDEO: Try This Color Burst Technique from Kim Dellow

I am still on a color-kick after the yummy color from the Jane Davenport Mermaid Markers from Sunday’s technique video, don’t forget to watch it if you missed it! So today I have a technique that you can try out with the Ken Oliver Color Burst powders that is also crammed with color! Yay! More color! I think I might be feeling a little color-starved with the Winter weather here!

But don’t worry if you don’t have any Color Burst powders you can find some suggestions of alternative products that you can use instead in the video and below in the supplies list. Plus don’t forget to go take a look at the close-up pictures of the finished projects at the bottom of this post.

 

VIDEO: Try This Color Burst Technique

 

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Ken Oliver Color Burst (I’m using the Caribbean set)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

Canvas Board (5″ x 7″)
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Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Water spray bottle
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Buy from Simon Says Stamp US (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Bits and pieces –
Round 1: Coins, washers, paperclips, keys etc
Round 2: Chipboard alphabet and shapes

Alternatives to Color Burst:
PaperArtsy Infusions:
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Simon Says Stamp US (Ships Worldwide)

Colourcraft Brushos:
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Simon Says Stamp US (Ships Worldwide)

 

Close-up of the green project from the Color Burst technique video by Kim Dellow

Close-up of the purple project from the Color Burst technique video by Kim Dellow

I would love to hear what your favourite techniques are for using with Color Burst, Infusions or Brushos so do let me know in the comments!

Have fun creating your colourful works!

Kim

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2 Comments

  1. January 12, 2018 / 5:13 pm

    I have brushos, colour burst and some infusions too, I love how they all work, but have never thought to do layers like this, I’ll certainly be trying this idea out.

    • kim
      January 12, 2018 / 6:41 pm

      Hi Jackie, I’m glad I could give you another idea to try! Have fun with it and let me know how you get on!

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