Today I used my favorite white ink: Colorbox. This ink lays on very white and very thick. I recently used it on a very detailed stamp and the image was crisp and perfect. On this card, I applied the ink directly from the pad to the paper. I colored the butterfly with Inktense Pencils… I used a wet brush and pulled color directly from the pencil itself. You get a really vibrant color using this technique. And, it blends really easily with just some water!
THIS FRIDAY is my first collaboration post with Jill Foster! I am so seriously excited about it. We picked a Penny Black stamp to focus on each Friday. I’ll post my creation with it and she’ll post hers. So, come back Friday for the details and our first set of creations!!
Enjoy the video – be back in a couple of days!
- Stampin’ Up! Papillon Potpourri (also comes in clear mount)
- Stampin’ Up! Woodgrain Background Stamp
- Stampin’ Up! Thank You Kindly (retired)
- ColorBox Pigment Inkpad-Frost White
- Derwent Inktense Pencils: Golden Yellow, Tangerine, Mallard Green, and Saddle Brown
- Versamark Ink
- Stampin Up! Basic Black Marker
- VersaFine Black Ink
- Stampin’ Up! Rhinestone Jewels
- Black Embroidery Thread
- Stampin’ Up! Top Note Sizzix Die
- Stampin’ Up! Elegant Butterfly Punch
- Stampin’ Up! Stamp-a-ma-jig
- Stampin’ Up! Paper Piercer