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

Clean and Simple Handmade Card with Memento Dye Inks

by Lisa Mensing

Clean and Simple Handmade Card with Memento Dye Inks

In this video, I share how to watercolor, heat emboss, and ink blend with dye inks. Follow along as I show you how to get the most out of your Memento Dye Inks and create this clean and simple card.

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 25 minutes

Directions

Supplies

Imagine

Create the Perfect Background with Kaleidacolor & Creative Medium

by Lori Warren

Create the Perfect Background with Kaleidacolor & Creative Medium

Create the perfect background with Kaleidacolor and Creative Medium.2) Description: A perfect background can really do wonders to showcase a simply stamped focal point. It’s easy to accomplish with layers of Kaleidacolor Ink and Shimmer Creative Medium.

Skill: Advanced
Time: 30 minutes

Directions

Supplies

Imagine
Other
  • Thinking of You stamp
  • Stencil
  • Cardstock

 

Make a Spring Terrarium Card with VersaColor

by Nicole Watt

Make a Spring Terrarium Card with VersaColor

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.

Skill: Advanced
Time: 20 minutes + dry time

Directions

Supplies

Imagine
Other
  • Waffle Flower – Tiny Terrarium Stamp Set
  • Neenah – Solar White 80lb Cardstock
  • Canson – Mix Media paper 98lb
  • Blending brush
  • Transon watercolor brush

Learn How to Make Happy Easter + Shaped Ink Blended Backgrounds

by Lisa Mensing

Learn How to Make Happy Easter + Shaped Ink Blended Backgrounds

In this video, I’m showing you step-by-step how to use Memento Inks to create egg-shaped backgrounds for your Easter cards.

Skill: Advanced
Time: varies on the number of cards

Directions

Supplies

Imagine 
Other
  • Simon Says Stamp – Churches Wafer Die, OH BUNNY Wafer Dies sssd111809 Best Days, Clear Stamps OH BUNNY sss101812 Best Days 
  • “Blending Buddy” White Bristle Blending Brush – Trinity Stamps
  • White Glitter Cardstock
  • Neenah Classic Crest Cover Solar White 110# 8-1/2×11 250/pkg

Spring Guest Artists

In late February we announced a Call for Spring Art. We asked for any papercraft or mixed media project that represents spring. Here are some of the art submissions from the Spring Call.

Terre Fry

Terre used Memento Tuxedo Black, StazOn Metallic Copper, All-Purpose Ink in Mint Green and Fireworks Craft Sprays to create a set of Shamrock themed mixed media cards.

Follow Terre on Instagram  @stampnterre

Jessica Lin

Jessica says, “Spring calls for rainbow colors!” Jessica uses VersaFine Clair inks to create a vibrant, Thinking of You card.

Follow Jessica on Instagram – @jessica.v.lin 

Alison Heikkila

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.

My blog address: alisonheikkila.com
My Instagram: @alisonheikkila