Tuesday, 8 October 2013

WHW Challenge 119 - Using Markers on your Stamps.

There is always so much going on over at Inspired by Stamping.
 If it is not the current WHW Tutorial Challenge below
there are Sketch & Colour Challenges and so on.
Never a dull moment in my craft room.
For this posting however it is the Tutorial from Kendra
 showing her finished card HERE 
As Kendra says we don't always think of inking our stamps with pens
so this was a perfect time to do it again. Thanks Kendra.
This is what I came up with.
Products used -
Cream & White Card Stock
SU Honeycomb Embossing Folder
Patterned Designer Paper
Spellbinders Labels 20
Stampin' Up Just Believe Stamp
JustRite Vintage Labels & Banner Die
Sentiment - IBS Masculine Tags
Memento Inks - Olive Grove & Peanut Brittle
Kaisercraft Pearls & own ribbon.
This is a really nice technique and must remember to do this more often.
Thanks for stopping by and hope you like my take on this challenge.


Susan Hogan said...

Smart! Yes, I love this technique for some stamps, especially flowers.

Lisa Minckler said...

Just gorgeous Ina. That image is my favorite and I love your color choices on the markers too. I agree with Susan, this is a super fun technique. Your honeycomb background looks fabulous too!
Lisa x

Wynn said...

This lovely Ina. My crafters use markers for their stamping all the time. They find it gives a cleaner finish than inking up from pad.
Thanks for followers advice. I think I've managed to add it now
Hugs Wynn x

Colleen Dietrich said...

Oh, how beautiful is this? Those flowers look so lovely colored with the markers and framed like that, Ina.

Thanks for playing with us at IBS!

Joanna M - Inspired by Stamping said...

Such a beautiful card Ina. I love that stamp set. So elegant and beautiful. Thanks for joining us! Hugs, Joanna

Leah said...

Very beautiful! Gorgeous stamp you chose for this technique and your finished card is lovely. Thanks for joining us at IBS!

Unknown said...

Ina, You have done a beautiful job of this card. Love it!

Roxann said...

I love this, Ina, and I, too, will be trying this technique. Thanks you for visiting my blog and leaving love!