Wednesday, November 30, 2016

#foolproofwatercolor and Last Day for "I Want Ink" Promotion

I am having so much fun with the technique I used for the projects I posted yesterday. For more info and the link to the tutorial for what I'm calling Foolproof "Watercolor", click on this LINK. I especially love that other stampers out there are trying the technique. 


With a bit of tweaking, this card was made using the same directions in my tutorial along with some selective heat embossing and highlighting with Black Sharpie & a white gel pen. 


The same texture type stamps were used, along with Stampin' Up! Wherever You Go stamp set, Tempting Turquoise ink, Tip Top Taupe ink, Smokey Slate ink & Memento Tuxedo black ink. Both Gold and White Stampin' Emboss powders were used. 


Need or want more color in your projects? I'm here to help you with that! If you are in the U.S., simply place an online order through my online store of at least $50 (before tax & shipping) and I will give you your choice of a Stampin' Up! Classic Ink Pad. In fact, place an online order of $80 or more (before tax & shipping) and I will give you your choice of 2 Stampin' Up! Classic Ink Pads. My special promotion ends on November 30, 2016. Your purchase can include sale items, so this is the perfect time to get more bang for your buck! Make sure you use the hostess code listed above at the right and do not check "no contact" from demonstrator, as this won't allow me to see  your contact information. Then send me an email with the subject line "I Want Ink" to stampinartfully@gmail.com  Tell me what color (or colors) you would like to add to your ink stash in the email. The ink pads will be shipped to all of you around the middle of December. 

I would appreciate it more than you know, if you ordered anything you need from my online store by clicking on the link above! As always, let me know if you have any questions about the project or the products used. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Artfully Yours,

Kim





8 comments:

  1. Kim as I said in our Facebook group this technique is amazing . I was wondering which stamp you used to create the city shadows . Wow I can believe this is done with 1 single stamp from timeless textures . I'll give it a try and tag you 100% if I succeed. :) x Bibi

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  2. Fantastic !!! Love it so much ...

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  3. This is spectacular. How did you get the background buildings look? I am so impressed. This was achieved with Timeless Textures and your technique?

    Wow,
    Shirley

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    1. Shirley...thanks so much! The buildings were created using a stamp from Touches of Texture. Go to step #5 in my tutorial and you will see the image. Let me know if you have any other questions.

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  4. This is really something. What a creative and impressive way to use stamps! It is a work of art for sure!

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  5. Loved the idea. Going to give it a try. Thank You

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  6. Loved the idea. Going to give it a try. Thank You

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