Recently, Lavinia Stamps have released a new product called "Dinkles", they're a little similar to Brusho but are a fine powder, rather than being granular. Initially, I thought "I'm not going to buy these'! But of course I got sucked in and orderd the set. They have been sat on my craft desk for almost a week waiting to be used, so today was the day that I gave them a try.
I wasn't quite sure what I was going to do with the Dinkles or how I was going to use them, so decided I would spritz a piece of card with water (both sides so that it didn't curl), then poked holes into the lids of the Dinkles, like I did with the Brusho all those years ago and then gently tapped a little of the powder out. I used two colours "Amethyst" and "Magenta".
Initially, I put a very tiny bit of powder onto the spritzed surface, but knew I wanted a little more colour, so added another spritz of water then tapped a little more powder on. I then used my heat gun to dry the surface.
Once the card was dry, I ran an anti-static bag over the surface then stamped the Lavinia Stamps "Indian Flourish" feather on to the card. I quickly coated the stamped image with Wow! Silver Embossing Powder and heat set.
I cut the card down to an appropriate size and then added a stamped sentiment, using the Lavinia Stamps "Heartfelt Verse" stamp set in Versafine Clair "Charming Pink" ink.