Friday, 26 April 2019

Ink it! Stamp it! Blog Hop - Best Catch & Marker Technique #inkitstampit

Welcome to the Ink it! Stamp it! Blog Hop. The Design Team have been busy making projects inspired by our Technique 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 is?

Today I'm sharing one of the very first stamping techniques taught to me, its an oldie but a goodie!
Stamping with SU Markers is such a cool way to inject even more colour into your projects, its works especially well with images that have a lot of detail such as this Best Catch stamp set. 

Here's a quick tutorial on how to achieve the multi-coloured look on this fishing basket. 
I have carried the marker stamping throughout the other images on this card front, it was so fun and no 2 images are ever really the same making your work truly unique.
Inside - I stamped with inkpads here
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  1. What an awesome card! Love the marker technique for coloring stamps, perfect with these images! :)

  2. That's a great masculine card, Carolina! Love it!

  3. Great technique Carolina, and it looks so fabulous on this set x

  4. What a fab masculine card Carolina! I've just got this bundle and I must have a play now. TFS

  5. Lovely card Carolina, I usually "harrrrhh" on my stamp, huff is such a better discription!

  6. Giggle - I love the photo of you "huffing" onto the coloured in stamp! Great explanation for this technique x


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