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Friday, July 20, 2012

Techniques Revisited - Part 3 (Bingo Markers)

Good morning!

Today, I want to show you how to use bingo markers to make a background.

I basically did this like the fossil stone technique.  
  • I dabbed the bingo markers on the inside of a page protector.  
  • Then I spritzed with a little water and smooshed it together to blend the colors.  
  • Then I opened the page protector and put two pieces of glossy cardstock (backs together) inside and closed the page protector.  
  • I smooshed it with my fingers and pulled the page protector open and removed the cardstock. 
  • I let dry (it will lighten a bit), and cut into the background shape. 
 I love the look of this.  Fossil stone is one of my favorite techniques.  

For those of you who don't know what bingo markers are, they are the liquid dabbers you buy at the store to mark your bingo numbers.  The other technique using them on this blog is called Bingo Blast.  You can search for that.

Have a colorful day...


Sandra H said...

This is lovely, x

Shelly said...

I'm enjoying your "Techniques Revisited" series, Becky. What are bingo markers?

Manetta Kanefsky said...

Hey Becky! I wanted to drop you a hello....came across a 2007 old email with your blog address from long ago! Great cards!

Becky said...

The other technique on the blog using bingo markers is called Bingo Blast. Just search for that.