Have You Used White Craft Ink to Colour Images?

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Blessings of Home Bundle Card

Have you tried using white craft ink to colour images on coloured card stock? It gives a soft pastel appearance to your image. I have posted about this technique before. See the post here.

For this technique you need a Blender pen and white craft ink. Stamp your chosen image in the matching ink colour to your cardstocTo colour your stamped image, pick up some white craft ink with the Blender pen and start adding ink to the areas you wish to be coloured white. Keep adding ink and blending it across the area to be coloured until happy with colour depth.

Blessings of Home bundle Card

The image for this card is from the Blessings of Home stamp set. Once coloured I die cut it using the matching Flowers of Home dies. Buy these two items as a bundle and save 10%. I went monochromatic and added from the same Suite, the Heart & Home papers.

The sentiment is from the same stamp set as the floral image and makes a wonderful addition to a special card. Finally the white dots from the Classic Matt Dots pack are also part of this Suite.

Misty Moonlight card comes up well using this colouring technique, as does Pumpkin Pie, See for yourself by looking at this post.

Give colouring with white craft ink a go and have some fun experimenting with different card stock colours.

Happy Stamping!


PS Make sure you don’t miss out on Sale-a-bration! Get free stamps or papers when you make an Australian Stampin’ Up! order of $90 or more.

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