VIDEO: Adding Ink To Embossing Folders : Simon Says Stamp Born To Sparkle Blog Hop Day 2

Welcome back everyone! I’m excited to be joining Simon Says Stamp Born To Sparkle Blog Hop Day 2! Today I’m going to share inspiration on how to add ink to embossing folders using a variety of inks.

VIDEO

I have a video demonstrating this technique that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

I provide full instructions in my video so below I will list the main supplies used. Please refer to the video HERE for more details.

TO MY FAVORITE SISTER

SENDING LOVE

YOU’RE A GREAT FRIEND

SENDING LOVE

FROM YOUR FAVORITE FRIEND

GIVEAWAY

Be sure to leave comments along the hop! A winner will be picked from every blog for a $25 coupon to Simon Says Stamp. Winners will be announced on the Simon Says Stamp blog on Wednesday, May 5, 2021.

BLOG HOP

If you arrived here from the amazingly talented Dilay Nacar you are in the right spot.

Your next stop in the hop will be Kath Stewart who is sure to WOW you!

MORE INSPIRATION

Be sure to also check out Day 1 of the blog hop for more inspiration!

SUPPLIES

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92 thoughts on “VIDEO: Adding Ink To Embossing Folders : Simon Says Stamp Born To Sparkle Blog Hop Day 2

    • Patt H. says:

      Gorgeous examples, Mindy! I love this technique & those sentiments you used are awesome also. I have 5 sisters so would have to make 5 Sister cards!! 😊

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  1. Miriam Prantner says:

    I wasn’t really sure about this embossing folder when I first saw it, but I LOVE your cards! You’ve made me a believer!

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  2. Ann ito says:

    Beautiful cards! Must try these techniques with embossing folders. I always forget to bring them out and end when I do they are never the focal point on my cards, just a background. I will be trying some of your ideas this weekend! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  3. Elaine H. says:

    Great technique for the image. It really stood out. I’m sure your sister will love her card. I was thing the same thing about “favorite nephew.” I only have one

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  4. Anne Sturgeon says:

    I love this technique… I have never tried it but am definitely going to because I have tons of embossing folders that I really love. TFS.

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  5. Carol Wortman says:

    Beautiful cards. This would make a wonderful gift box of cards. I’m still wondering about the seed head thing, but the image is gorgeous. I especially love the bright distress blended beauty! A perfect make a wish card!! Love it!

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