How to… Ink Blending with Stampin’ Up! Classic Ink

StampinByHannah How to… Ink Blending with Stampin’ Up! Classic Ink

Stamping Techniques Series

I have been having so much fun with Ink Blending recently! On Tuesday I shared THIS card for the Go for Greece blog hop with the lovely Kylie Bertucci, and had a few comments about my ink blending… so I thought I would share a fun tutorial with you today.

How to make a fun friend card using Ink Blending and Lovely Inside and Out from Stampin' Up! with StampinByHannah

I think that most of my Ink Blending top tips are in the video… so do check that out!

The stamp set at work here is the lovely Lovely Inside and Out. I LOVE this stamp set, its great for heaps of different occasions with a bunch of mix and match sentiments… and I cannot get enough of those background images too.

Ink Blended For a Great Friend Card using Lovely Inside and Out from Stampin' Up!

I have been having loads of fun with layering recently, and this card is a continuation of that! Not only have I layered ink blending and tone on tone stamping… but then the heat embossed sentiment is layered with a piece of Delicate White Doily, some loops of Black Metallic Thread and a trio of Glitter Enamel Dots.

Oh! before I go, Sweet Sugarplum (the colour I’ve used in this card!) is one of the 2016-2018 In-Colours… and it’s due to retire REALLY soon, along with Dapper Denim, Emerald Envy, Peekaboo Peach, and Flirty Flamingo! So, grab your In-Colour ink refills and card stock now before they sell out!

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