Hello there again!
I have several cards in this post to share. I saw a video by Ardyth Percy-Robb last week using a salad spinner and so I ordered one and tried the technique. Do I order a salad spinner for lettuce? Oh NO, just for crafting! HAHAHA Little did I know that this technique has been around a while, mostly as a kid's crafting tool, but I did find several other card makers besides Ardyth who have tried it.
While all of these were created with alcohol inks, I also tried my Catherine Pooler Reinkers on watercolor paper and glossy cardstock. Those I will show at another time. These are all using alcohol ink on Yupo paper.
I did find that depending upon how much I spun or how many layers of ink I applied, I got different results. My spinner also had a stop button you could press to stop the spinning more abruptly. I think that also played a factor in my results. Some were splattered more, while some became more soft looking with less definitive lines. Still, I loved trying this technique and creating some very interesting backgrounds.
I'm glad you stopped by to visit. Hope you come again!
Spinning Ink Blessings!