Monday, March 21, 2016

Flower Delivery with Pink Ink Stamps


Hello! I have a card to share with you today featuring a pretty new stamp from Pink Ink Stamp Company! 

After I got this all put together it reminded me of riding a bike along a boardwalk next to the beach. I thought it was so fun and summery looking! 
I stamped the image with waterproof ink onto Master's Touch Watercolor paper. I colored it with my Zig Clean Color markers and a paintbrush and water. 
The background is a piece of Aqua Mist card stock splattered with Clorox. I just vaguely remembered doing that years ago when I first started stamping and thought I'd try it again. It made a pretty neat background!

I just love that little basket of flowers! So fresh and springlike!

Thanks so much for stoping by today! The items I've used are listed and linked below.

Kay :)

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

New Beginnings Bulbs by Sharon Harnist

Happy March, everyone!  Sharon here today sharing a Spring home decor 
project with you, using more of Pink Ink's latest stamp release!
You can see the entire new release HERE on Pink Ink's website.

This photo holder/stand I've had for a while was in need of some new artwork 
to display, so I made a watercolor background on a 4" x 6" piece of watercolor 
paper using Tumbled Glass Distress Reinker and Copic Opaque White for the clouds. 

Next, I stamped Pink Ink's Row of Bulbs and New Beginnings sentiment with Versamark Ink onto an Inchie Arts 2-1/2" x 3-1/2" Art Board and gold heat embossed it.  I always love how nice and crisp Pink Ink's red rubber stamp images stamp and emboss -- such pretty fine details!  The pots and flowers were colored with these Copic markers:

Hyacinth: BV02, BV04, YG61, YG63, Y15, Y17
Daffodils: Y15, Y38, YG03, YG07
Tulips: RV63, RV66, 
YG61, YG63, BV02, BV04
Shadows: C0, C2

Copic Opaque White was used to make dots on the yellow pot, fill in the white pot, and make stripes/highlights on the purple pot.

The stamped Art Square was mounted with foam tape to the watercolor background and anchored with a thin strip of aqua stripe patterned paper, then the piece was inserted into the photo holder.  = Easy-peasy new Spring artwork!

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.  Thanks for stopping by today . . . Happy Spring!