Did you know that you can watercolor with VersaColor inks? Even if you only have a limited palette, you can mix colors to create a wide variety of hues! Nicole will show you how she watercolored a cute terrarium scene with only five VersaColor shades.
Alison writes: VersaMagic Inks are some of my absolute favorites because of the soft chalky finish they have, plus their blend-ability. I knew they would be perfect for this lovely hydrangea, and by using blending brushes, I colored it up very quickly. For shine, I added some sequins with On Point Glue, which is the number one liquid adhesive I reach for.
With Easter coming up you can create quick and easy painted cards, tags and invitations using VersaMagic Dew Drop ink pads as a watercolor. Stamped images are turned into pastel works of art using this amazing ink pad in soft colors. Try your hand at turning these ink pads into paints in a few easy steps.
In this video, I showcase the various greens available in the Memento dye inkpads for Shamrock stamps. In addition, I’m sharing a few tips on heat embossing images using Mboss in New Years Eve (beautiful sparkle black powder) plus a quick and simple heat embossed border on St. Patrick’s Day cards. Enjoy!
Skill: Intermediate to Advanced Time: varies
Memento Inkpad – Olive Grove, New Sprout, Pistachio, Pear Tart, Cottage Ivy
Hi there friends, LeeAnn here with a Baby Announcement card that I have made for you. Today’s video will follow along as I used this cute Oh Baby! Stamp set from Joy Clair and Inks, Markers and Sprays from Imagine Crafts. We have a new baby girl in the family and I am having so much fun making projects for and about her. It is my hope that with this project, you will learn a bit about the products I have used, as well as how to make this card, and perhaps encourage you with the fact that you can make a card in little time, and have it turn out great.