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Ink Blended Chemistry

Hello!

Lindsay with you today! Get your shades on, because this one is bright! I am bringing back an older My Favorite Things stamp set, Undeniable Chemistry, because it is one of my favorites. I also paired it with the fabulous We R Memory Keepers Next Level Embossing Folders.


I started by taking a panel of white card stock, and blending in a rainbow of Distress Inks, using a foam blending tool. I then spritzed it with some water, let it sit a few seconds, and blotted it away. Once that was dry, I ran it through my die cut machine with the Geometric Next Level Embossing Folder. It is such a cool 3-D effect! I adhered it to a white card base, and began working on the rest of my card.


For the beakers, I used the coordinating dies, and added the liquid after I applied Distress Inks, and white paint. I also die cut a few other pieces using vellum, and adhered those behind the images. I stamped my sentiment using Versamark, and white embossing powder on black card stock, trimming it down to a banner, and adhering it next to my images.

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you were inspired to pair your stamps and dies with inks and embossing folders! Have a great day!

Comments

  1. Very beautiful card. Liked that ink blending and the embossed look. :)

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  2. This is card is AWESOME!! Super love it, Lindsay!

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  3. I can't stop staring at this! I have to try this technique.

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  4. This is absolutely stunning. I love the colours you ised along with everything else. Its just so eye catching.

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