Monday, January 16, 2017

Floppy Spring Bunny by Sharon Harnist


Are you ready for Spring? This sweet Pink Ink Floppy Bunny #1105J seems 
to be!  



I thought he would look cute sitting in some pretty Spring grass. This is 
how I colored him:

I stamped him in soft Memento Gray Flannel ink (as opposed to black) onto Essentials by Ellen 100 Lb. Smooth Bristol cardstock. To keep him mainly white, I used Copic N0 and N1 grays to give him some shading. R000 and R00 were used to color his ears, nose, cheeks, hands and feet.

To give his ribbon a little dimension, I stamped another ribbon separately, colored it with B21 and B23, cut it out and adhered it in place. Don't you love all the fine details of this image, right down to the loopy ribbon?





























To make the grass, I used darker Copic YG25 to flick and draw in the grass line behind the bunny and extending to the right, past his leg. I also flicked some green up onto bunny's leg, to give the illusion of him sitting in real grass. Then I used lighter Copic YG03 to soften the line and extended the color downwards, again using a flicking motion to create the look of blades of grass. Copic B000 was airbrushed around bunny, to create a sky.

After die cutting the colored bunny with a stitched circle die, I popped him up over a soft blue watercolored sky card base. The sweet "Love you" sentiment is from Pink Ink's To The Moon sentiment. Just the top part of it was inked and silver heat embossed onto a stitched banner die cut, making it an adorable Valentine's Day or general love card! Clear sequins scattered on the background complete the card.



















This sweet bunny works wonderfully for Valentine's Day, Spring, Baby announcements or thank you cards ... Isn't he adorable?!!

Thanks for joining me today!  ~ Sharon

Pink Ink products used, available online through Ellen Hutson LLC:

Or check Pink Ink's website to find a local store near you that carries our stamps, or to order wholesale.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Felt Stocking by Sharon Harnist

1 Dec 2016
Is everyone ready for December?  Our stockings are finally hung by the 
chimney with care, but this pretty one is filled with lots of goodies already!  
Isn't this Pink Ink Stamp Company Felt Stocking the sweetest?!!  All of 
the fine details just amaze me and they really pop when gold heat embossed
 ... I adore all the stitching!


I stamped and gold heat embossed the stocking onto white pearl shimmering 
cardstock, then colored it with Copic markers R20-22-24, YG25-17, B21-23-24, E42-43, C0-1.

Next, I hand trimmed the image. To create the background, I airbrushed Copic Y17 onto the center of an Inchie Arts 4-inch White Art Square. Then I gold heat embossed the adorable Heartfelt Holiday sentiment.

To finish this art piece, I adhered 1/4-inch blue glitter tape around the edges.  Finally, the stocking was popped up with foam tape. 

Thanks so much for joining me today, I hope your December and holidays are lovely!

Pink Ink products used, available online through Ellen Hutson LLC:
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Or check Pink Ink's website to find a local store near you that carries our stamps, or to order wholesale. 






Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Circle of Joy Christmas Card

30/11/16


Hello everyone!  Heidi, here today and I have a Chrsitmas card to share with you using the Circle of Joy stamp



To start I stamped the image using VersaMark ink on to a piece of Strathmore mixed media paper.  Then, I added gold embossing powder and used a heat tool to melt and heat set the powder. Next, I colored the image using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens.  All of the colors are listed below in the supplies.  


Here is a close up of the stamped image.  I layered the stamped image on to a piece of gold mirror paper and added foam squares for some dimenstion. To create the circle die cuts I used 145E Circle Layering Die Set and 1455E Scalloped Circle Layering Die Set from Tonic Studios. 


I added a piece of pattern paper from the KaiserCraft Christmas Wishes collection to a white A2 top folding card base.  Then I added some white/gold twine and tied a bow.  To keep the ends of the twine from fraying I added some Ranger Multi Medium Matte adhesive to the area I was going to cut.  It dries with a matte finish so you can't even see it's there.  Once it was dry I trimmed the ends on the twine--and no fraying.  



I hope you enjoyed this Christmas card.  Thanks for stopping by today!  Stay warm and Happy Holidays!

Heidi


To find the Pink Ink products used please visit Ellen Hutson LLC 

You can also visit Pink Ink's website to find a local store near you that carries our stamps, or to order wholesale.

Supplies
Pink Ink Stamp Company
2277H Circle of Joy

Other Supplies Used
Paper:  Strathmore Mixed Media, Kaiser Craft Christmas Wishes, Gold Mirror Paper, Cardstock - White
Ink/Markers:  VersaMark Ink, Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens - Shadow Mauve, Light Blue, Cobalt Blue, Sugared Almond Pink, Lemon Yellow, Light Green
Dies:  Tonic Studios - 1454E Circle Layering Basics Die Set, 1455E Scalloped Circle Layering Die Set
Ribbon:  White/Gold Twine
Accessories:  Tonic Studios - Nuvo Glitter Drops 753N Blue Lagoon, 758N White Blizard, Ranger - Multi Medium Matte Adhesive, Foam Squares, Scor-Tape

Monday, October 31, 2016

CAS Stitched Bird 4 x 4 set of Cards

31/10/16
Hello everyone!  Heidi, here today and I have a CAS (Clean And Simple) set of birthday cards to share with you.  



I made a set of 4 x 4 birthday cards using the 2276E Stitched Bird and 10101D Happy Birthday My Friend stamps.  I used VersaMark ink to stamp the images and then I added gold embossing powder.  I used a heat tool to heat set and melt the powders.  


Then I added some NUVO crystal drops for embellishments. 


I layered the stamped panel on top of a piece of gold mirror cardstock and then added that to a 4 x 4 white card base.  


This is a great card set to have on hand for when you need a quick birthday card or it would be perfect for gift giving.  

I hope you enjoyed this CAS card share.  Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Hugs,
Heidi

To find the Pink Ink products used please visit Ellen Hutson LLC 


You can also visit Pink Ink's website to find a local store near you that carries our stamps, or to order wholesale.

Supplies
Pink Ink Stamp Company
2276E Stitched Bird
10101D Happy Birthday My Friend
Other Supplies
Paper:  Cardstock - White, Bazzill Gold Mirror
Ink:  VersaMark

Accessories:  Tonic Studios US - NUVO 600N Embossing Powder Classic Gold, NUVO 675N Crystal Drops Ivory Seashells, Scor-Tape, Heat Tool

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Ice Skate Christmas

 Oct 26, 2016
Hello, Pink Ink Fans -- Sharon here with you today!  I have a wintery framed 
Christmas art piece to share with you, using Pink Ink's beautiful
Pair of Ice Skates and Merry Christmas Oval images: 

I started by stamping the images onto a white Inchie Arts 4-inch Art Square with 
Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Next, I colored the images with the Copic markers, 
Lavender and Sepia Multiliners, and Clear and Silver Atyou Spica Glitter pens 
shown below:

To build up the dimension of the skates, I colored and cut out another skate and popped it up on foam tape over the front original skate:


I love the dimension this gives the piece!


To finish the piece, I used an Essentials by Ellen Stitching Lines die to emboss faux scalloped stitches into the Art Square along the top and bottom. Then rows of clear gemstones were added below and above the stitching.


The piece was placed into a 4-inch white frame, to display during the holidays.

Thanks so much for joining me today!


Pink Ink products used, available online through Ellen Hutson LLC:

Or check Pink Ink's website to find a local store near you that carries our stamps, or to order wholesale.




Monday, October 10, 2016

Stitched Bird

10/10/16

Hello! I hope you all had a nice weekend. I had some time to play in my craft room yesterday, so I made a card using  a pretty new Christmas stamp from Pink Ink Stamp Company called Stitched Bird.




I stamped my design with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored it with Copic Markers. I cut the image out with a double stitched Circle die. I used some Christmas patterned paper that I had in my stash for the background. I scalloped the edge of the snowflake paper with a stitched scalloped die before gluing it over the red paper.


I tied a piece of Baker's Twine around the card and added a few PPP marshmallow sequins to finish it up!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hope you have a happy week!

Kay :)






Thursday, October 6, 2016

A Golden Felt Stocking!

 06/10/2016
Hello Friends! Debbie Seyer here today to share with you my latest Pink Ink Stamps card. I have been on a mission to start my Christmas cards early this year. So I got out some of my patterned paper stash and some Pink Ink Stamps and had some fun!


This card measures 4 1/4 x 5 1/2".  I decided to stick with a gold metallic theme for the card so I got out my gold embossing powder and heat tool.  To start, I inked up the 6111K Felt Stocking stamp with some VersaMark embossing ink.  Then I sprinkled it with Nuvo  Classic Gold embossing powder.  This is my new favorite embossing powder because it is just so shiny!  I also stamped the 10136A Merry Christmas Oval sentiment and heat embossed it also. After I heat embossed the sentiment, I cut it out like a banner and tied some gold cording at one end to make it look a bit like a tag.  After putting everything together, I think it turned out really nice.  This would be an easy card to do assembly-line style.  I made 6 in less than 30 minutes!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Pink Ink Stamps used:



Pink Ink products used, available online through Ellen Hutson LLC

Or check Pink Ink's website to find a local store near you that carries our stamps, or to order wholesale.