Simon Hurley’s February 2020 release with Ranger is a lot of fun! Between the birds, dogs and nod to high school doodling I could not help but to create 25 samples and 5 videos. Then there is the ink! It is not only gorgeous and bright, but also blendable and easy to work with for a variety of techniques.
Don’t let the title fool you — no bleach is required. This technique can be used with just water. The results are awesome!
Here are the samples of this technique as promised in the video. The Bundle for this is here.
Tone on Tone
Super simple technique with stunning results.
The following samples I created as I was discovering this technique and playing with the new stamps. The bundle for these samples is here.
Pull Apart Backgrounds
Timber is a fun new background stamp in which you get to decide how many trees you want to create. You can have a forest or a single tree. Color them different or all the same. The possibilities for this stamp is endless! It pairs beautifully with the new bird set. The bundle for these samples is here.
Like I stated previously the new ink is full of possibilities.
Here are the sample cards I created while discovering all the amazing uses for this ink! The bundle used to create these samples can be found here.
I have to confess that when I saw the scene building stencil I was a little scared, but it ended up being my favorite! I also created my favorite card with it.
Here is my very favorite card:
Here are a few more samples created with the new stencils:
Now that you have seen all the new Simon Hurley line, which one is your favorite? Tell me in the comments! I am torn between the Birds, Dogs and the scene builder stencil. What’s yours?
Until next time ~ Happy Crafting!