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How Do You Do… Ink Splatters

After a half a dozen tries I’ve finally got a video up showing how I make my ink/mist splatters.  Yikes.  Making videos is way harder than it looks!  This is the layout I made for the video…

Before you press play please note the following…

1.  I am a dork.  Case in point… these are the glasses I’m currently looking at getting.  Oh yes!

2. My voice sounds nothing like I think I sound like in my head!

3. I ramble.

Okay.  That’s it.  Here you go.

  • Ursula - Great video Marcy. I get you on hearing ones own voice recorded,but trust me, your voice is just fine! I mist in a very similar manner, well, sometimes I use the sprayer also, but I do what you do as well. Love the big splotches that you get that way.ReplyCancel

  • Allison Waken - 1. You are adorable
    2. love this video
    3. LOVE this pageReplyCancel

  • Alexa - I have glasses like those, so I guess we are both dorks! That’s how I mist too. And my voice never sounds like it does in my head on video either.ReplyCancel

  • Carla Grace - Marcy you are the drip drop QUEEN!! I would have never guessed spray paint!! Masterful and I can’t wait to try it out!! Thanks so much for taping the process for us!!ReplyCancel

  • rhonda - Thanks for this video Marcy! I greatly admire your work and I will be adding spray paint to my projects for sure!ReplyCancel

  • Rockermorsan - Thank you for this tutorial! We were just discussing how to make those splatters so perfect over at Magda’s scrapbooking. We have the lift of your “In the middle” layout up on our blog today http://www.magdasscrapbooking.se/ The writing is in Swedish but the picture’s are not ;D

    PS: Love the glasses! I have almost the same ones…

    / Magdalena aka RockermorsanReplyCancel

    • Marcy - For sure! The layouts are amazing! You ladies did a great job.ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca - This is great – thank you! Before you put your photos down seems like the most logical way to do it, to me, but I’ve seen so many people try to mask all that off and then splatter. Seems backwards to me – your method makes much more sense! Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Shaw - Thanks Marcy! I love the way you splatter and this really helps. I really want to add this element to my LO’s. The glasses look terrific. They are so very in style now. Not dorkie at all. :) ReplyCancel

  • Anna Sigga - This is a great tutorial girl and your voice is lovely!! ;o)ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer - Love it! :) Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Sherry Cartwright - Oh my goodness, I had no idea that you used black spray paint! If I did that I am sure it would freak out the hubs. But, man, I just might have to try it [the spray paint, not freaking out the hubs]. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for the tutorial.ReplyCancel

  • Ginny - Spray paint huh?? Very crafty, thanks for the video tutorial!!ReplyCancel

  • sarah - you are adorable. also? spray paint? really? i had no idea…very cool! i’ve attempted ink splatters and lets just say i need some practice ;) ReplyCancel

  • Kym - Thanks for sharing Marcy! Now, off to find some misters and spray paint. I’ve never tried this technique so I can’t wait to give it a try. Love your style girl!ReplyCancel

  • Jenni Hufford - Great video marcy! loved hearing your voice– isn’t it funny you feel like you know someone but have never heard their voice? ha! never thought of using spray paint– brilliant! happy weekend!ReplyCancel

  • Jenn Sawatzky - Thanks so much for the tutorial Marcy! I’ve always wondered how you did that and got such great drops. Now I know its spray paint.ReplyCancel

  • cinback - Perfect! Now all my pages are going to have to include drops…ReplyCancel

  • Julie - Thanks for doing the video-it was great! I’d love to see more. I always love your pages and I have your gallery at 2peas bookmarked for inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • eva - You totally pull off those glasses!! And you sound just fine. ;) ReplyCancel

  • Ignas - Wow! Amazing layout and tip. Do more videos! :) ReplyCancel

  • Sherri - Hey Marcy! I wondered how you got such large black droplets. Now I know :) You did a great job on the tutorial.ReplyCancel

  • laurie magotiaux - Always love your splatters so thanks for sharing with all of us.
    Hope your summer is going well!.. btw.. love those glasses! Go for it!!ReplyCancel

  • Margrethe - Your voice is so cute…! And I love this tutorial! We do it pretty much the same way, but I tend to “whip” more ;) ReplyCancel

  • Asha - Believe it or not, I needed this tutorial! Something so simple and I was wondering how to do it, so thank you :) Your page is amazing, as usual. You have such an eye for color.ReplyCancel

  • kelly noel - love this…gotta get me some spray paint now! :) ReplyCancel

  • Diane Payne - Love the tutorial…thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Wendy A - Thanks so much for doing the tutorial! I am a mist girl and love the look but always wondered how you got such controlled drops and big ones too! Can’t wait to try your technique.ReplyCancel

  • Wendy A - Thanks so much for doing the tutorial! I am a mist girl and love the look but was always curious how you got such big droplets and such a controlled mess! (Mine gets away with me sometimes – and I’ve also ruined tons of pictures that way!)ReplyCancel

  • LMcBurney - Your video was fine…you did great! Don’t sweat it. You were right though…much easier to see you do the splatters then to have you write a description of the process. Thanks so much!ReplyCancel

  • danielle - yay! thanks so much for the video, very cool1 I do my ink splatters like that and they never look as cool as yours!ReplyCancel

  • celeste - oh yay!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy - You are not a DORK. Your voice and the video were fine. Thanks for doing it and I’d love to see more!ReplyCancel

  • amy tangerine - love this video. you sound as adorable as you look.ReplyCancel

  • Kimla - Thanks so much for the great tutorial. And, yes, you are completely adorable and were so much fun to watch. Just found your blog and I will be back.ReplyCancel

  • Laura - Thanks for this tutorial. I’be been trying to get the spattered look by just spraying the ink and it always is too much. This way makes more sense and more controllable. Thanks again!!!ReplyCancel

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