StazOn ink has always been one of my favorite for mixed media projects, but the addition of StazOn Pigment has been a true game changer. I used the ink on several surfaces for this Teal and Magenta upcycled project, and I simply love the outcome of the StazOn Pigment ink on these surfaces.
Time: 30 minutes
Ink the resin wings using a sponge dauber with StazOn Pigment Peacock Feathers.
Ink a metal disk by lightly tapping the ink pad onto the metal repeatedly. I did not cover the entire surface but left some open spaces.
Once the ink on the disk is dry, stamp flower images onto the disk using Snowflake StazOn Pigment ink. Note: The ink pulled some of the pink ink off the metal leaving a silver flower impression which looked quite amazing.
Die-cut white cardstock leaves and color them using your ink pads with the direct to paper method.
Color flowers using All-Purpose inks on choice.
Adhere the die-cut leaves, wings, and flowers to your metal disk using gel medium. Add thread, gold glitter, and other elements to finish off your project.
- Craft Mat
- On Point Glue
- StazOn Pigment Inkpad – Pink Cosmos, Snowflake, Mariner Blue, Peacock Feathers
- All-Purpose Ink – Tropical Lagoon
- Metal disk – recycled hard drive part
- Joy Clair stamps
- Flowers – Little Birdie, Prima
- Scrap and Decor – Resin Wings
- Prima – Leaf die-cut
- Die-cut machine
- Kaisercraft – DIY Cuts
- PrimaGel – Gold glitter
- Little Birdie Crafts