Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Impact of PowderPuff Chalk Ink with Dorlene!

Happy day - it's Dorlene here to host the blog!

Today I'm sharing a card that I made using PowderPuff Chalk Inks and flower stamps.  I saw something like this on YouTube and I knew I had similar stamps to achieve the same look.

The first thing I did was cut down a piece of white card stock into a 3 3/4 x 5” panel. I stamped a rectangle in the “sort of” middle of the card using my MISTI and a rectangle stamp. I stamped a second image on a post-it for a mask.



Once I did that, I used four different PowderPuff Chalk Inks and a floral stamp set to create the collage. The colors I used were Island Orange, Lipstick, Cactus and Purple Rain. I also used Cool Gray on the edge the white cardstock to add another layer.






 

The funny thing is I originally wanted this to be a vertical card but I chose my sentiment after all the stamping was done and didn’t find anything I wanted in that direction. So I turned it around and made it horizontal.
 
 It still worked since I focused the stamping to one corner.



I layered the stamped panel onto matching cardstock before mounting on the oatmeal card base; tied a twine bow on the left side to complete the card.

The PowderPuff Chalk Inks that I used are part of the 2018 PowderPuff Chalk Ink collection, so they coordinate so beautifully and make a soft and colorful one layer card.

Quick Quotes Products:
PowderPuff Chalk Inks: Island Orange, Cactus, Cool Gray, Purple Rain and Lipstick
You can also find these (Exception Lipstick) here: 2018 PowderPuff Chalk Ink Set

Other Products:
Cardstock and Twine from my stash
Rectangle Label Stamp from CTMH
Floral Stamp Set from Stampin Up!
Sentiment from Fun Stampers Journey
Thanks so much for stopping on over!
~ Dorlene
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