Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Inking Techniques with Martha

Hello crafty friends, Martha Lucia here to share with you a summer card that I made using the fabulous PowderPuff Chalk Inks. Yes, these inks are perfect to create amazing backgrounds and to color or stamp images.

Take a look at my card:

LEAVE A LITTLE SPARKLE

To create this card I used two different types of images: the woman is a digital image and the sentiment is a rubber stamp that I stamped with PowderPuff Chalk Ink Midnight Confessions.

The common part on these images is that I used PowderPuff Chalk Ink to color the digital image using a blender pen.

LEAVE A LITTLE SPARKLE

  • For the body suit I used PowderPuff Chalk Ink Hydrangea and for the hat I used PowderPuff Chalk Ink Pixie Pink, Aqua and Seabrook.
  • I printed the image over card stock using my Canon PIXMA TS 9020.
  • Next, using a Scallop Stitched Double Circle Die, I cut the design.
  • For the background I created a card base and cut a second layer using a piece of the striped side of the Honeycomb 104.
  • I inked this layer with three different colors of PowderPuff Chalk Inks: Light Moss, Green Leaf and Navy.

LEAVE A LITTLE SPARKLE

I pasted the layer directly over the card base and decorated the left side with a corrugated piece of card stock that I inked with PowderPuff Hydrangea.

LEAVE A LITTLE SPARKLE

Finally I assembled all the pieces using dimensionals and decorated with some color drops I created using Novu Crystal Drops.

LEAVE A LITTLE SPARKLE

The PowderPuff Chalk Inks are perfect to give texture and dimension. You can use them by combining colors or alone, with stamps or stencils, with sponges, brushes or simply applying the ink directly from the pad. Their colors are vibrant and blend easily.
 
Quick Quotes Products:

PowderPuff Chalk Inks:

Printer:
Other Products:
New Hat - A Day For Daisies Digi Stamp
Leave a little Sparkle - So Suzy Stamps
Scallop Stitched Double Circle Die - Peek a Boo Designs
Card stock and Corrugated Card Stock
Snail Adhesive and Dimensionals

Thank you for stopping by. See you soon!
Martha Lucia
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1 comments:

Super Stick Chick said...

Nice work Martha, love the multiple ways you used the PP inks.