Category Archives: Color Burst Powder Pigments by Ken Oliver

(2017 c9) Mixed Media, Color Burst, Butterfly

For my Mixed Media card, I started by sprinkling a  powdered Pigment product called Color Burst by Ken Oliver on watercolor paper and the spritzing with water to make the pigments migrate on the paper. After dry, I used Folk Art Peel N Stick Stencils – Thin & Thick Chevron to apply Golden Heavy Gel …

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(2016 c35) Designs by Ryn on Kraft

First I colored watercolor papers with several different color combinations of Color Burst by Ken Oliver  Then I stamped with Designs By Ryn – Flying Hummingbird 3 & Sideways Hibiscus. (and heat embossed with black EP which looks shiny/glittery) I fussy cut out images and adhered to the background. The background paper is a kraft clear resist design …

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(2016 c30) Ellen Hutson and Winnie & Walter Day 2 Sentimental

Share the Love with Essentials by Ellen and Winnie & Walter Day 2 Sentimental For today’s background I am using a freebie from Winnie & Walter, LLC, at http://www.winniewalter.com. It is from The Gossip Column: The Geometric Generation Digital Elements, called Oval Lovely.  After printing several of the designs I took them to a print shop …

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(2016 c29) Essentials by Ellen, Winnie & Walter Day 4 Transarency

Today’s card is for Share The Love with Essentials by #Ellen and Winnie & Walter. For the cover of the shaker card I used the negative portion from a previous card seen HERE.   I had colored it with Color Burst by Ken Oliver:  Violet & Merlot. For the inside of the shaker, I am using …

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(2016 c24) May Flowers with Color Burst by Ken Oliver

  Background was created with Color Burst by Ken Oliver by sprinkling the dry powders on watercolor paper and then spraying with water (I never tire of watching the magic of the colors moving and blending) After totally dry I stamped with Penny Black stamp sets:  Sprigs and Nature’s Friends with Versamark Ink and heat …

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(2016 c23) Color Burst Butterflies

I started by cutting corrugated cardboard with the Fiskar’s Fancy Flier punch.  I then placed 2 butterflies on the watercolor paper and sprinkled Color Burst by Ken Oliver  Yellow Ochre  on the  left side of the paper  and  Orange on the  lower right side of the lower butterfly.  Then I spritzed with water & then removed the …

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(2016 c20) Spring Scene following Sandy Allnock’s tutorial, I used Color Burst by Ken Oliver

For my little Spring Scene card today I followed Sandy Allnock’s Tutorial found HERE.  I used a different powdered Pigment product that she also uses sometimes called Color Burst by Ken Oliver. If your local craft store does not carry them, you can find them on Amazon.   Challenges Entered: RightAtHomeShop:  National Craft Month Celebration Hop – …

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(2016 c18) Ellen Hutson Hydrangea with Pretty Pink Posh Sequins

Challenges Entered: EllenHutson: Mix It Up – Use Essentials by Ellen & Pretty Pink Posh Products SimonSaysStamp:  Make your own Background (Mon.) CreativeEmbellishments:  March Photo Inspiration & I’m Lucky to have 4 wonderful Grandkids DieCutDivas:  Something Spring WordArtWednesday: Chal. #221 – Anything Goes  ModSquad:  Its Easy Being Green MixedMediaMonthlyChallenge:  #22 – Photo Inspiration (Pastel colors of my …

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(2016 c5) Color Burst, Anniversary Card

More Color Burst on watercolor paper hearts!  To see how visit previous blog:  https://inkylageney.wordpress.com/2016/02/13/2016-c3spellbinders-media-mixage-hearts-one/    The heart was then cut out with Spellbinders Die-d-Lites called Vines of Passion.  I cut another from a Silver Mirror gift bag from the Dollar Store and mixed the Color Burst cut outs with the Silver cut outs.  I cut out Love  with the …

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(2016 c1) Ultramarine Blue Colorburst Powder Pigment Bday

For today’s card I started by “spattering”  Art Masking Fluid by Windsor & Newton with a Kemper Spatter Brush on watercolor paper and let it dry.  Then I sprayed the paper with water and sprinkled Ken Oliver Ultramarine Blue Color Burst and then spritzed some more and watched the magic.  When it was completely dry I gently rubbed …

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