Celebrate with Ink Blending!

A few weeks ago my fabulous friend Amanda shared THIS fun card, and I just HAD to have a go at creating my own version.

I am such a sucker for a good technique, and I love some ink blending, but I haven’t done it for ages. Amanda’s card used a really pretty colour combination that I had not considered before and so I also used the same…

Ink Blended Celebrate card using Stampin' Up! supplies with StampinByHannah

I used a sponge (or 4) to add Melon Mambo, Highland Heather, Mango Melody and Coastal Cabana onto a piece of Shimmery White card stock. This method of Ink Blending starts off looking quite subtle, but the more ink you add the brighter the colours become. Once I had the ink nice and bright, I took some water and dropped it onto the piece to create a fun watercolour-y look, and add some texture.

I then left it to dry, before using the Stitched Rectangles to die cut this piece out.

How to create a pretty ink blended congratulations card using Stampin' Up! products with StampinByHannah

The ink blended panel is then popped up onto a Thick Whisper White card base with some dimensionals.

The sentiment is die cut from the Celebrate You thinlits dies which are sadly retiring at the end of May. I die cut 4 of these, and used another retiring item, the Multi-Purpose Adhesive Sheets, to glue them together and give some more dimension to the card.

This card is finished with a trio of Glitter Enamel Shapes.

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