Regretfully, I am one of those people that design things in my head and then puts them down on paper. But every now and then I succumb to the desire to just find out what will happen. This is a perfect example of that sort of serendipity.
Prepare your work space by setting down a single paper towel on a level surface.
One at a time, take a white 2" Art Square (top side up!) and spritz completely with water so it looks like a puddle sitting on top of the Art Square.
Select 2 of the Splash Ink Colors. Drop just one drop of color from one applicator and then promptly one drop of color from another color applicator.
DON'T DO ANYTHING ELSE - LEAVE IT ALONE!
Where the drops land on the Art Square will influence how the colors combine and blend.
Leave to dry. When dry to the touch, heat set (this is critical for the next step)
Apply Versamark ink over the entire square. Dredge in clear embossing powder and heat set.
Keep a stash of these put away and stamp a fun sentiment when you need a quick card. These also make a great set of notecards to give as a gift. (Mom's and teachers!)
Splash Inks are acrylic inks that blend without getting muddy or compromising colors. They replicate the concept of 4 color process printing and can be combined to make an infinite number of colors. Visit the Yasutomo web site for more information and a color chart.