When I saw the sketch challenge for Stamp Ink Paper, I knew I wanted to try the Black Ice technique. I watched Melissa Kerman’s video to learn this easy technique. Since Sale-a-Bration is winding down I thought I’d use one of the favorites, Heartfelt Blooms.
and my card:
I took a piece of Silver foil and applied Black Archival Ink directly and lightly to the foil.
I stamped the flower with Black Archival Ink and set it aside to dry.
I took the Versamark Ink and directly applied the ink to the stamped panel, sprinkled Clear Embossing Powder and heat embossed it.
I thought I’d try coloring the flower with Stampin’ Blends. That’s how I determined the coordinating card stock, glimmer paper and ribbon.
I cut the foil piece to the size I wanted and then added a little more ink on the edges and added it to a slightly larger black piece.
As usual I’m using left overs for the inside.
Stamps: Heartfelt Blooms, Flourishing Phrases Paper: Black, Bermuda Bay, Silver Foil, White, Myths & Magic Glimmer Ink: Black Archival, Versamark, Bermuda Bay Light & Dark Stampin’ Blends Accessories: Clear EP, White EP, Shimmer Ribbon Combo Pack (SAB), Stampin’ Dimensionals
Here is the challenge that inspired my card:
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I hope you’ll try this technique. I’d love to see your creations.
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