Welcome back everyone, Lee Ann here and I am so happy to be here with another project for Imagine Crafts. This fairly easy Fourth of July Card can be made using just a few items from Imagine Crafts and a Heat Tool.
Lisa shares a quick comparison between Memento Dye Inks and Memento Luxe inks. Stamping, water coloring, and stenciling between dye inks and pigment inks can produce different results. Learn some beginner basics to understand which inks are best for your projects.
Strathmore – 300 Series Bristol Board Pads | BLICK Art Materials
Arches Watercolor Paper Pad – 140 lbs, Cold Press, 9″x12″
Neenah Classic Crest – 80lb/216 GSM, Solar White, 97 Bright,
Neenah Classic Crest Cover Solar White – 110# 8-1/2×11 250/pkg
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.
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