Hi friends, LeeAnn here showing an easy technique to make a card that looks like it has an etching effect. Using just a rainbow selection Memento Dye inks, and a stencil this card was so fun to make and can be altered with colors and stencil for any occasion. Bonus Material: See how to cover a slip-of-hand with an easy fix!
• VersaFine Clair – Nocturne
Join Lisa as she shows you how to use embossing powders with stencils plus she shares a fun tip on using the positive and negative giving two stenciled panels for the price of one!
Time: 30 minutes
Here’s some inspiration for a quick card using some of my favorite inks. I used the direct to paper inking to create a simple and quick background but effective and informal just the way I like it. With a bit of bling on top and a gorgeous star, this card is perfect for any celebration.
Time: 15 minutes + dry time
- Stencil – Stars
- Stamp – Wish Upon A Star
- Card Base
- Card Stock
- Glitter Paste
Today, Lisa is sharing her top five heat embossing tips and they are perfect for the beginner crafter. See how she demonstrates three fun ways to use embossing powder on beautifully handmade cards.
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.
- Cardstock – Black, White, Red, Blue
- Stamps – Fireworks, Sentiment
- Stamping tool or Acrylic Block
- Coffee filters
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