Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Bokeh Effect


Hi all, this is Tanvi wishing you all a very good morning!
I love to experiment with techniques & happy to share a pictorial on the BOKEH TECHNIQUE today, which you can try using the following supplies - 
White cardstock
Distress inks / mists / gelatos - many media give good results
Mini mister
Paint brush
Circle template
White pigment ink
Blending foam

To begin, prepare your background with the medium of your choice. I have used glimmer mists & distress inks on two different pieces. TIP - heavy weight card stock/ water color paper for best results.


You will need a circle template which can be easily made one with circle dies. 


Next, create random circles using white pigment ink with your template (TIP - begin with the larger circle). Have fun as you see the visually appealing bokeh appear! Its that simple!




Here are the two finished cards - 



I loved the bokeh technique on this card but unfortunately capturing this one on camera was difficult!



I hope you are tempted to try this!
You also have time to partcipate in Lulupu Challenge # 50
Theme: Summer splash
(Click here to read the general guidelines)

Supplies from LULUPU

Thanks for stopping by today!
Have a great day!

26 comments:

  1. Love this technique Tanvi! :) Thanks for sharing the tut!

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    1. Thank you Dolly! You too do an awesome job with this!

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  2. Beautiful technique, thanks for sharing, both of creations are wonderful!

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  3. Bokeh effect is so cool and you have nailed it Tanvi! :)
    Suchi xx

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  4. Wow!!! Lovely cards using this awesome technique. Tfs sharing tutorial Tanvi.

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  5. Wow!!! Lovely cards using this awesome technique. Tfs sharing tutorial Tanvi.

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  6. Wow!!! Lovely cards using this awesome technique. Tfs sharing tutorial Tanvi.

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  7. Love this card tanvi. Superb effect.

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  8. Such a lovely bubbly effect. The second one is telly pretty Tanvi.

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  9. Fabulous ink blending Tanvi...you are very skilled...I could never achieve the effect!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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    1. Thanks for the encouraging word Sonia :-)

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  10. loved learning this technique.....lovely effect u created :)

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  11. Beautiful cards.... Thanks for the tutorial :)

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  12. Wow..it looks so dreamy ! I loved the bokeh effect and the pictorial ,Thanks for sharing :)

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  13. This is one cool technique! Thanks for the tutorial, waiting to try it out! <3

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  14. Thanks for tutorial Tanvi. You've made it look so easy, m sure it's not. Lovely cards.

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