August 3, 2012
Good Morning, Daisies!
Have you seen all the Jenni Bowlin Paint Dabbers in the shop and ever wondered, “what would I ever do with those things?” Well, if you have, today’s post is for you.
I love the JBS Paint Dabbers! There is so much you can do with them. And, today, I’ve got a few ideas for you.
Idea #1: Paint Chipboard
The foam top on the paint bottle is awesome for painting chipboard. You are in complete control and you do not have to find a paintbrush or wash out your paintbrush. Super easy stuff here! (I also edged the inked tag a lightly with a JBS paint dabber)
With both of these tags I used a stencil with the JBS paint dabber to create the yellow images and then outlined the paint with a black Sharpie. I find this is one of the easiest ways to use the dabbers!
It was so easy to change the color of these Thickers to match my little project. And, because the Thickers stand up from the page a bit, you can paint them with the JBS paint dabbers after they are stuck to your page or project.
Idea #4: Use for stamping, rather than ink.
On the card above I stamped the “You are my favorite” using the JBS paint dabber as my ink. Just “ink” up the stamp with the dabber end and get to work. (be careful not to use too much paint when stamping or your images will be smushed.)
I’m sure there are many other ideas out there using the paint dabbers and I’d love to hear what you’ve got to share!
And, if you’ve never tried them out, I strongly encouraged you to give it a go. What have you got to lose and you just might find something new to use that you love!
Here’s another link to the JBS Paint Dabbers in the shop.
Have an awesome Friday!
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