2 Way Pigment Ink Blending Through Stencils

Hi there! Today’s video will show you how to use vibrant pigment inks and a stencil to blend through stencils and make two completely different cards. It may also show just how much I use the word awesome! πŸ™‚

Both of the cards are made using the Hexastar stencil which is awesome for color blocking sections of your stencil! (I also am in love with the pattern).

The first card is just regular vibrant ink blending with Ali Edwards pigment inks and mini ink blending tools. Usually, I just use dye inks, but these are great for blending and getting a vibrant effect because the ink is like paint.

I just sprayed the extra ink on the stencil and pressed it onto another card for a fun watercolor look. I just love how subtle and different this background is!

For both of the cards, I cut a bold script AWESOME word die with black cardstock and vellum. I adhered it with a full back adhesive from the Xyron sticker maker (this way the adhesive is not visible).Then, I stamped a sentiment above each one to complete it using the awesome stamp set the coordinates. To complete the sentiments, I even added some Wink Of Stella and Glossy Accents for a cool effect!

SUPPLIES

All of the supplies used in today’s video are linked below. I am affiliated with Ellen Hutson (EH) , Simon Says Stamp (SSS), and Scrapbook.com (SB), so I do get a portion of the profit (with no extra cost to you) this is how I am able to run this blog. Affiliate links used when possible. I appreciate your support!