Sunday, February 23, 2014

PTI Make It Monday #152: Layering Die & Pigment Inks

Heather Nichols shared via video for Papertrey Ink's Make It Monday Challenge how to layer die and pigment inks for a different look. Since I only have one pigment ink in my stash, I incorporated that as my background using a stamp from Turning A New Leaf on Kraft cardstock. Three different sizes of mums from Mum's The Word were stamped using Harvest Gold, SU's Pumpkin Pie, with the largest mum die-cut in Kraft and stamped with VersaMark and heat embossed using Zing! Metallic Teal powder. I did the same technique with the sentiment from Boutique Borders: Birthday only using Vellum. After cutting flag ends on the banner, I adhered it to the mum die-cut and raised that up using foam mounting tape. To finish it off, I added tiny rhinestones on the leaves and the orange flower centers just for a little bling.




Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)
Cardstock: Kraft and Vellum
Ink: White pigment ink (Joann's), Harvest Gold and SU Pumpkin Pie
Stamps: Turning A New Leaf, Mum's The Word and Boutique Borders: Birthday
Dies: Mum's The Word
Other: Zing! Metallic Teal Embossing Powder, and clear rhinestones (both from my stash)


1 comment:

  1. Just beautiful. That embossed metallic teal is really stunning.

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