How have I not yet dedicated a destashing post to bubble wrap? It's something that a lot of us hang on to, and we plan to incorporate it into our art at some point. If you have a piece or two (or more) of bubble wrap that you've been meaning to get around to using, this post is for you. I'll show you three ways to use it.
To start out with the basics, you can use bubble wrap as a stamp with a regular ink pad.
Then, you can take bubble wrap stamping to the next level by stamping with acrylic paint. Using a mix of colors (I used green and white here) creates an interesting marbled effect.
Finally, to add playful texture to your work, you can use bits of bubble wrap as layers and embellishments, as I have done with this pretty pink bubble wrap. (Wondering where to get pink bubble wrap? Electronics come packaged in it; the pink color indicates that it has anti-static properties.)
And...that's a wrap. (Oooh, bad pun. *Smile & groan.*)