An Easy Way To Add Color To Full Scene Images

Hello friends! Sorry I’ve been a little missing in action lately. I’ve been painting, rearranging and trying out some new filming set ups. I think I have it all nailed down but I’m sure I’ll change it again lol…. I’ll share a craft room update soon !

In the meantime, I have a new card project to share using the Spring Mountain stamp set from Gina K Designs.

The scene on this stamp set is absolutely gorgeous but sometimes can be intimidating if you are not comfortable with a lot of coloring.

So … I have a simple solution for you: Ink blend of course!

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I’m using the Gina K Designs Layering White cardstock to do my ink blending today. It’s such a beautifully smooth paper.

I’m using Medium Carnation and Wild Dandelion for my colors and when they overlap, they create this wonderful orange shade.

Gina’s inks are amazing for ink blending because they will dry back to an almost airbrush finish.

Using my Misti stamping tool to stamp this large scene image from the Spring Mountain stamp set.

I trim the panel down to 3 1/4″ x 4 1/2″ and add a double sided foam adhesive sheet behind it. Then add it a white card front.

For sentiments, I used the Word Caps Hello stacked for dimension using Black Onyx cardstock.

I pulled the smaller sentiment from the Delightful Daisies stamp set, stamped in embossing ink and heat embossed with gold embossing powder onto Black Onyx cardstock.

Very simple and such a great way to put those scene images to use, even if you are not familiar with coloring.

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4 Comments

  1. Dear Mindy
    Thank You so much. I learnt how to adhere a sentiment using a tape and thanks for the tip on ink blending.tc stay safe

  2. Really Beautiful!!!

  3. great idea very innovative i love the card thanks for sharing

  4. Your card is gorgeous Mindy and your blending is always outstanding! I filled out the form above but not sure it went through?

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