Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Saturday, November 27, 2021
Saturday, November 13, 2021
Friday, November 5, 2021
Wednesday, November 3, 2021
- Stamp the Legend of The Koi fish first using the outline stamp with Blackout Ink onto Bristol Paper.
- Next line up the detail stamp layer over the fish you just stamped out, this time use Fadeout Ink.
- Watercolor in the images by using Sweet Petunia, Bee Sting Yellow, and Peacock Blue Atelier Inks. Overlap the colors to create the rainbow blend.
- To add sparkle I added a layer of Liquid Pixie Dust over the painted layer.
- I then used the coordinating Legend of the Koi - Penguin Perfect Cuts to die cut the fish.
- On another piece of white cardstock, I used the same inks I used above to watercolor but this time to ink blend and create a rainbow area.
- Stamp the Breathe Stamp from the Words From The Heart (Chapter 1) stamp set over the rainbow blended spot using Blackout Ink.
- Die-cut the Breathe using the Words From The Heart Coordinating Cuts.
- Glue the Breathe sentiment to the card front.
- Pop the fish in place using foam tape. For an added layer of thickness, I glued the fish onto another die-cut piece.
- Finish the card by adding a few bubble embellishments.
Sunday, October 31, 2021
Hello Crafty Friends! It's Cheryl with the Inkon 3 Creative Team here to show you a quick and easy way to dress up a gratitude journal!
Since I will be using these pages for my November gratitude, I used the Pumpkin Patch Clear Stamp set. Isn't it perfect for Fall Vibes?
First, I stamped the pumpkins onto sticker paper using the Fadeout No Line Coloring Ink, then I colored using the copic colors listed below. Next, I fussy cut the image.
To add a little bit more depth and dimension to the pages, I added some ink to two corners of my journal page. I used a blender brush and applied some Atelier Ink in Bee Sting Yellow on two opposite corners of the page. Then with another blender brush, I applied some Atelier Ink in Marigold Orange on the same corner, concentrating the color in the inner corners. Blend the colors more by layering the Bee-Sting Yellow ink to create a smooth transition to the colors, creating an ombre effect.
Lastly, adhere the Pumpkins onto the planner page and then use the Blackout Hybrid Detail Ink to stamp the sentiment "Grateful For your Kindness" on the lower right-hand corner.
Saturday, October 30, 2021
Monday, October 25, 2021
Hi Crafty Friends! It's Cheryl with the Inkon3 creative team here to show you a fun way to bring on the Fall Vibes! Can you believe that November is just around the corner? I love making memory dex calendars and I thought the little Fox & Bunny Hugs clear stamp set is perfect for the fall!
First, I die cut a memory dex card onto fall colored/themed cardstock. Then I die cut a scalloped rectangle using white cardstock. On the white cardstock, I stamped the November Calendar using Blackout Hybrid detail ink. Then stamp the little leaves from the Fox & Bunny Hugs stamp set using the Atelier Inks Green Goddess Cube. Adhere the scalloped rectangle onto the memory dex die cut.
Next, stamp the Fox & Bunny onto white cardstock using the Fadeout No Line Coloring Detail Ink Cube, coloring with your choice of color medium, or with the copic colors listed below. Fussy cut the colored image and adhere onto the memory dex card!
Oranges: E99, YR27, E97, E95, YR00
Light Browns: E55, E53, E51, E50
Greys: W9, W7, W5, W3, W1, W0
Saturday, October 16, 2021
Saturday, September 25, 2021
Friday, September 24, 2021
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Saturday, September 11, 2021
Friday, September 3, 2021
Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Hi Crafty friends! It's Cheryl with the Inkon3 Creative team here to show a fun way to use your stamps to decorate your phone case! You'll need a clear phone case and a cut file for your phone case (I got mine from Etsy for about $2).
Saturday, August 28, 2021
Thursday, August 26, 2021
It's Ceal, here. Today I am sharing this card using the new Lotus stamp set, Y'all it is so pretty when it's colored up.
I used some Graphit alcohol markers to color it and then masked it off so I could create a background. If you have followed me at all you know how much I love using stencils to create a background. For this background I used the Pondie stencil and Trinity Teal Atelier ink blended with brushes starting darker at the bottom and fading as I went up.