by Jowilna Nolte
With the new VersaFine Clair inks, I can stamp in color, achieve crisp clear images and create fun effects. This truly is a game and mind changer of an ink and you will instantly fall in love with all of its amazing qualities not to mention colors. See how I put together this quick and easy Valentine’s Day theme card with three inks from Tsukineko.
Time: 30 minutes
On a folded white card use the ink pad with the direct to paper technique and lightly press the ink pad onto the card front to transfer color onto the card.
Repeat the process three times with different colored ink pads. Overlap the inks with each other. Notice how the inks are translucent and will show the other color creating a different color.
Use your same colors of VersaFine inks and stamp heart images onto white cardstock and cut them out.
Once the ink on the card front is dry, which is almost immediately, use foam tape to raise the hearts scattered onto the inked panels. Finish off with a stamped sentiment and wooden hearts for a beautifully simplistic Valentines’ day love card. We hope you will fall in love with this amazing ink as much as we did!
- Craft Mat
- VersaFine Clair – Charming Pink, Glamorous, Warm Breeze, Medieval Blue, Fantasia
- Cardstock – White
- Dina Wakeley – Heart Stamp
- Sentiment stamp
- Wooden hearts
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