She 'required' us to do 5 or more and laughed at herself because she knew once we got started we wouldn't be able to stop! I've done this sort of thing before, but I really had fun trying a few different ideas that I hadn't done before, and the more I played the more I wanted to do!
I used bristol board, watercolour paper, mixed-media paper and some old pages that were left over from an altered book. I did have two colours of Ranger 'Colour Wash', but I made other spray inks by mixing a variety of India inks with water (about 1 part ink to 10 parts water). I also experimented with some silk paints (also 1 to 10 ratio) and Ranger alcohol inks. I love the vibrant colours I got with the silk paints and the alcohol inks. As you can see, I had a lot of fun letting the ink run down the page. I imagine myself journaling on those grid lines later!
I also used some stencils and sequin waste in my play today. Aren't the numbers wonderful?!
On this page I used some of the left over pages from my altered book to tear strips for a resist. I think I'll play with this another day and create more jagged edges with the torn pages.