Happy Monday Stampers ~ I used and Ink Blending Technique on my creation today.
Well today is the day! I am finishing up in the apartment and turning in my keys. I have to clean my bathroom and in the kitchen I have one countertop and one sink to do. Then I have to pack the car! That will be a challenge in itself. I am thinking I am going to load it up and make a run to the house then come back and get the rest of the things. Hopefully that will not take too much time. I can take my shower and then load up the car. I will fix my breakfast and take off with my first load. Then I will come back and clean the bathroom, do the kitchen, and load up the car again. Then I will do a quick vacuum of the main areas and I will be done. I hope to be finished by noon. We will see.
I did some ink blending on a piece of Very Vanilla card stock. Using my card stock and sponge daubers I sponged on Crushed Curry, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, and Rich Razzleberry randomly on the card stock. I made sure I overlapped the colors so the inks blended. After I had my entire piece of card stock covered with ink, I pulled out my Colorful Seasons stamp set. I stamped the lacy leaf with Versamark and then embossed with Copper embossing powder. I used the coordinating outline die to cut it out. I created several of these. The mini outline leaf was also used to cut out some smaller leaves. Then using the lacy leaf die and some copper foil I cut out a couple of those leaves. I also used the copper foil to cut out a circle frame using the largest circle framelits. The sentiment was inked up using sponge daubers and the inks used on the leaves. The color was randomly sponged on. After the sentiment was stamped I used the Copper frame to encircle the sentiment. The leaves were then added to the side of the card using the circle framelit to form an arc with Multipurpose Liquid Glue and dimensionals. Here is my completed Ink Blending Technique creation.
inside of card and envelope
Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation