Friday, July 29, 2011

Make It Monday #25: Coloring With White Ink

YA! I love this challenge. I love to use white ink to color but I use my blender pen (from Stampin' Up!) and a white reinker. I put a dab of ink on my clear stamp block and then pick up color with my Blender pen. I don't know if this is good for my blender pens but I have one that I only use for this technique. Maile Belles posted a card a while ago with this layout. Here is the link http://mailebelles.blogspot.com/2011/06/papertrey-ink-june-2011-release.html
I loved the layout and it is what inspired this card. Hope you like it!

Supplies: All PTI unless noted Friends Till the End, In and Out Thank you, Versa Pen (centers of flowers), twine.

9 comments:

  1. This is awesome. The color combo and that flower is perfect for this technique! ;)

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  2. what a beautiful, nice cards you make!! Wow!! New follower!!
    Kind regards Cornelie

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  3. I love this, Susan! The white ink looks so soft on the colored cardstock, and the layout is great!

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  4. Such a pretty card Miss Susan! Love the colors you chose, think I may have to play with this technique this weekend!

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  5. Oh wow, you never seize to amaze me with your style. I LOVE this. What a beautiful card. The white coloring looks fantastic and so does the lay-out with the three panels. Good idea to use a blender pen. I will keep that in mind. I see that a blog friend also became your follower: Cornelie. She is a very dedicated follower and is sure to visit you with each card! I cannot believe many of your other followers don't leave comments... very naughty ;-)
    Have a great day,
    Jose

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  6. VERY chic and gorgeous! (I'm going to have to "borrow" this idea; it's a great one)!!!

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  7. What a gorgeous card. Love your color choices.
    TFS
    Ang

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  8. Very pretty color combo. I love the brown and white. Great job.

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  9. AMAZING! Love it ! Great colors too.

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