Friday, 23 November 2018

Ink it! Stamp it! Blog Hop - Christmas Theme #inkitstampit

Welcome to the Ink it! Stamp it! Blog Hop. The Design Team have been busy making projects inspired by our Christmas theme. The team have all created amazing projects to share with us tonight. The full line up below will guide you through all the projects and we'd love to hear from you on what your favourite holiday tradition is?

I have been inspired by my friend and fellow Crafter Ellen Woodbridge who created a beautiful bauble card using the baby wipe technique. I have created the same bauble effect with sponge dauber and the Stamparatus. 
There are 2 ways you can create this multicoloured look. I began by inking my bauble photopolymer stamp in Balmy Blue and using sponge dauber added patches here and there in a Pacific Point & Night of Navy, then I stamped the image down, see below picture for the result!
** You could also stamp the bauble down first in Balmy Blue and stamp a 2nd &3rd time the patches of darker blues. 

I love this new bundleespecually the large images and the intricate Dies! They’re fabulous. 
So many possibilities!

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Thank you so much for joining us today. We hope that you'll join us again next month to see our Saleabration & New Occasions Catalogue projects. I'm Carolina and to keep hopping around see the list below to see who is up next.

Full Blog Line Up
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  1. So pretty! The two shades of blue on your ornament are so pretty, perfectly designed! :)

  2. Wow! Your technique came out beautiful, Carolina!

  3. Gorgeous card Carolina. Love your colour choices. This is a favourite technique of mine.

  4. Pretty! Love the tip for creating that look. Much less messy than the baby wipe technique.

  5. wow, this card is stunning, love all the blues and that strip of glimmer paper really makes it pop...beautifully done.

  6. Gorgeous card Carolina and great technique x