Retro Floral Card Using Various VersaColor Ink Techniques

by Nicole Watt

Versacolor ink to make a card

Join Nicole as she creates a retro-looking floral card using VersaColor inks. She’ll show you a few different ways you can use this versatile water-based pigment ink to create different effects.

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 20 minutes

Directions

Supplies

Imagine
  • VersaColor – Peony, Opera Pink, Pink, Lime, Cyan, Lapis Lazuli, Mountain Lake, Black

Other

  • Bottle Up Stamp Set (The Greetery)
  • New Beginnings Stamp Set (Altenew)
  • Bursting Dahlia Stencil (Altenew)

A Gift for Someone Special – Create a Chipboard Pendant with StazOn

by Lori Warren

A Gift for Someone Special –  Create a Chipboard Pendant with StazOn. A beautiful teal and blue jewelry piece that features a paintbrush image and reads "create".

This mixed media project is a great example of how you can use different inks and mediums to create a piece full of texture and color. It’s a step by step layering technique to add depth and interest to mixed media artwork.

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 30 minutes

Directions

Written Instructions:

  1. Cut chipboard into a pendant shape and punch a hole at the top. Place a piece of paper under the book cover to protect the pages below.
  2. Cover the front and back of the chipboard piece with white gesso.
  3. Cover the front and back of chipboard piece with white gesso.
  4. Stamp chipboard pendant with VersaFine CLAIR.
  5. Cover pendant with a stencil and apply Creative Artist Medium – Clear.
  6. Stamp brush onto watercolor paper with StazOn Pigment Ink – Piano Black.
  7. Add color to the tip of a brush with StazOn Pigment –Peacock Feathers.
  8. Sponge StazOn Pigment onto Pendant to highlight stencil pattern.  Adhere stamp brush image.
  9. Highlight elements of the pendant with ALL PURPOSE INK – Frost White (using a Doodlestix)
  10. Apply splatters in ALL PURPOSE INK – Tropical Lagoon.
  11. Cover element with GlazOn – Slight Gloss Finish.
  12. Add MBOSS Powder to pendant while GlazOn is still wet.  Heat set.  Round corners of the pendant.
  13. Edge pendant with StazOn Pigment Ink – Piano Black.
  14. Adhere sticker saying.
  15. Use the Waffle Flower – Clear Dies and Combo Swatch Tag Die to record color scheme for this project.

Supplies

Imagine

All-Purpose Ink – Vegas Gold, Tropical Lagoon, Frost White

Creative Medium

Mboss Embossing Powder

Sheer Shimmer Spray – Sparkle

Beginner Guide: Intro to Memento Inks

by Lisa Mensing

In this video, Lisa is focusing on the Memento Ink Line by demonstrating a few techniques and sharing tips and tricks throughout the video.

Skill: Beginner
Time: varies

Directions

Other 

Strathmore 300 Series Bristol Board Pads 

Amazon.com: Arches Watercolor Paper Pad, 140 lbs, Cold Press, 9″x12″

Amazon.com: Neenah Classic Crest, 80lb/216 GSM, Solar White, 97 Bright

Neenah Classic Crest Cover Solar White 110# 8-1/2×11 250/pkg

Circles, Circles, Circles Clear Stamps | Whimsy Stamps

*Simon Says Stamp Beautiful Day stamp set

Polka Dot Background | Set of 4 Stencils – Honey Bee Stamps

Bee Bold Alphabet | Honey Cuts – Honey Bee Stamps

 

Quick & Easy Projects: Sending Hope Greeting Card

by LeeAnn McKinney

Hi Friends, LeeAnn here with a fun project made using my favorite ink and technique, Kaleidacolor and brayering. I am Sending Hope to all out there to stay healthy through these times for you and your families.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 10 minutes

Directions

Other 

  • Brayer
  • Virginia Turtle Stamp Set “HOPE”
  • Honey Bee Stamp Set “Special Delivery”
  • Acrylic Blocks

Layering with Different Ink Applications & Techniques for an Easter Card

by Lori Warren

Layering your ink with different applications and techniques is a great way to create and interesting and beautiful card.  This card features ink application through a stencil, repeat stamping with color, single stamping in black, as well as a bit of water coloring. 

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 15 minutes

Directions

Supplies

Imagine
Other
  • Cardstock
  • Easter theme stamp set
  • Stencil
  • Ribbon

Learn How to Craft Easter Mini Baskets

by Annie Collins

Quick and easy Easter/Spring mini baskets are perfect for giving a little treat to a friend, family member or co-worker. I hope you found some inspiration.

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 10 minutes each basket

Directions

Supplies

Imagine
Other
  • Cardstock: Recollections Brand 65lb: Pink, Yellow, and White
  • Embellishments: My Mind’s Eye: Turquoise Jewels
  • Jot Brand: Purple Pearls