Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Ink Lifting Using Tropical Blooms and Oxide Inks

Welcome everyone! :)
I had a lot of fun doing this technique.
I'm not sure of the name of this technique, 
but Ink Lifting sounded good to me!  LOL
 Here is the video . 

I used Gina K. Designs Tropical Blooms stamp set. 
Heat Embossing and Oxide Inks 
*Stamp Set - Tropical Blooms from the Stamp Tv Kit Hearts & Flowers *Pure Luxury Cardstock - White Heavy Base & layering Weight, Black *Onyx and Dusty Rose
*Fine Detail Embossing Powder - Clear
*Connect Glue 
other items - Embossing Magic Pad, Oxide Inks - Picked Raspberry and Candied Apple, bling from my stash
Card Base is 4 1/4" X 11" scored @ 5 1/2" 
Black Layer - 5" X 3 3/4"  the watercolor background layer is 1/8" smaller or you can make it 1/4" smaller on the length and with. Or what ever size works best for you! 
The inside Dusty Rose is cut at 4" X 5 1/4" 
 the White layer is 3 3/4" X 5" 
Items available:
 @ Gina K. Designs    

Thank you for your support! <3  
Remember take a little time to get inky! ;) 


Pk Marchand said...

Love your cards and I have a couple talented thanks for sharing.

AndreaH said...

Really liked your card base before you did the ink lifting. But then wow after the ink lifting I love it. How easy you made it look. I'm rubbish at embossing lol TFS. Xx

quilt4fun2 said...

Awesome technique and beautiful cards!

Jennifer M said...
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mjk said...

great cards. the coloring on the love and prayers card is amazing. I also like the bright colors of the birthday card. tfs

Veronica Klish said...

I love your cards! I can't wait to get inky when my wreath builder kit arrives. It might just warrant taking a day off from work so I can play! Thanks for sharing.

bevyb said...

Thanks for sharing this technique and it is one I'm certainly going to try. Beautiful card, love the colors you selected