I find myself reaching for my Stampin’ Write markers often. They are the same ink as the Stampin’ Up! Classic Ink you’ll find in our ink pads, but in the convenience of a pen. There are so many techniques that use these pens; from watercolouring to stamping, using them like felt tips, or just a quick ink.
I use Stampin’ Write makers for technique like this one quite often, they are a great way to ink a stamp with several colours; whether you are colouring a bird or flower, or just creating a great background like this one.
The Stampin’ Write makers have two tips; a fine point great for journalling in you Project Life albums, and a brush tip wonderful for colouring images or stamps.
Select a few Stampin’ Write markers; here I have used Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry, Bermuda Bay and Island Indigo.
Using the brush tip of your marker on its side, scribble the colour into your stamp
Once your stamp is covered in ink, spritz with water
Stamp onto your card stock (I used Whisper White for this card, but it works wonderfully with Watercolour paper too!), holding the stamp to the card stock for a few seconds to allow the ink to soak into the paper
The sentiments used here are both from the I Think You’re Great stamp set, and are stamped in Tip Top Taupe before being fussy cut with my Paper Snips and added to the card with some Dimensionals
I think my favourite is the ‘Way to Go’ card, what about you?
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