Hi there! Today’s video will show you how to use Distress Inks to do watercolor second generation stamping. I will be showing just a bit more of the Stamp Of Approval box, using the Young At Heart stamp and die set. The stamp set has many layering images so I was able to add a fun twist on the second generation stamping.
First, I started by stamping the flower layering stamps in the bottom left corner fading out. To do this I used Distress Inks, inked up the stamps and sprayed them with water. Then, I stamped them down onto the card stock twice without re inking the stamp. Next. I used the stamp layered image and repeated the same steps, however I stamped the second generation color on the darker fist one. This makes it a bit more interesting and stretches your ink colors.
For the sentiment I cut the “wishes” die out of the card panel and stamped “birthday” above it. I love using word dies like this to vary the texture of the sentiment and add some variation. I added some jute twine in a bow and popped it on a black card base.
and… just when you thought I was done…
I decided to take it a step further and add a fun and quirky sentiment on the inside of the card. I love that the Young At Heart stamp set has some serious birthday greetings, but also some fun ones!
Stamp Of Approval is a quarterly box jam packed with goodies that you can use over and over on all of your stamping projects. With no instructions in the box, you are able to make as many cards as you want and let your creativity run wild! The products in this special box will not be released until much later in 2016, so grab the box quick.
Enjoy the video!
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