Color Burst Spin Class

Color Burst Spin Class

Julie Heyer

Get ready for a workout because we are going to Spinning Class!

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Join Tricia in another vintage episode of Craft TV Weekly as she explores the use of a spin art machine for making unique pieces to use on cards.

For this technique, I substituted my favorite Color Burst powders and mixed media paper for the glossy cardstock and alcohol inks to create these fun art panels for my cards. *Warning - this can get a bit messy so wear protective clothing. Let's get spinning!

Attach paper to spin art machine. Spritz with a generous amount of water.

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Sprinkle with several colors of powder.

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Turn on the machine and start spinning.

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Continue to add colors and spritz water while spinning to achieve your desired effect.

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Have fun and experiment with different techniques. Attach a dry Color Burst panel to the spinner.

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Power up the spinner and spritz with water.

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Stop spinner and admire the art!

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I turned my panels into cards inspired by Tricia's techniques in the video. Stamp images with Onyx ink. Layer panels onto black mats and accent with Big Top Pink paper. Nest the artwork onto a 4.25x5.5" White folded card base.

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Card 1 - Paris Flea Market Script, Birdcage and Bird Card 2 - Enchanted Forest Collage
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Card 1 - Papillon Butterfly Card 2 - Transformations Shell

 

Visit my Cape Cod Scrapper Blog for another fun card idea. Working out has never been this much fun!

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