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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

One Of A Kind - Pigment Ink Layering

Hi everyone!  I hope you are having a happy spring!  Spring has definitely sprung here and it's inspired me to use some very bright colors on today's card.  Get your sunglasses!  You're going to need them!


I'll be showing you how to do a little pigment ink layering to create a blended look on your stamped images.  I used my Mini MISTI to make this really easy.  I'll show you in the video tutorial below.  You could also do the ink blending right on the stamp instead of stamping multiple times.


I love the Butterfly Dream stamp set from Reverse Confetti.  This stamp set is currently out of stock...but they have one that's super similar, called All Apples, that would be great for Teacher Appreciation day!  It's coming on Tuesday, May 3rd.  Be sure to check it out HERE.  It would be really cool to do a yellow and red pigment ink blend on the apples to make it look like a Fuji apple.


I've linked all the supplies used in this project below.  I've put multiple sources where applicable.  Happy shopping!



I hope you enjoy this project!  Thanks for stopping by today!  Until next time, I hope you have a fabulous day!


Watch The Video

You can watch this video in HD on my YouTube channel by clicking HERE.  Don't forget to subscribe and give this video a thumb's up if you've enjoyed!

Supplies

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5 comments:

  1. Your card is beautiful. The one you sent me is on display in my craft room as inspiration! They are a work of art!

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  2. Beautiful card! That little glittered curved edge really does make a big difference. Very beautiful indeed! Thanks!

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  3. Great video, great card design and lovely card.

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  4. Absolutely amazing as always, you always make beautiful cards with that extra sparkle and I love it. Quick question for you, what are the measurements for the layer holding the butterfly?

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  5. Beautiful! Love that ink, a new must have, thanks for sharing.

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