See How to Make a Fall Themed Birthday Shaker Card with VersaColor Ink

by Melissa Andrew

See How to Make a Fall Themed Birthday Shaker Card with VersaColor Ink

Today, I am showing you a wonderful property of the VersaColor pigment ink! This creamy pigment ink blends so beautifully with sponge daubers. The fall colors I used today created a smooth blend that made a perfect background for a fall card. In addition, I used Fireworks spray to help tone down the background for a gorgeous shimmer frame for a shaker card.

Skill: Advanced
Time: 1 hour




See How to Stamp on Fabric with VersaColor Ink

by Martha Lucia Gomez

See How to Stamp on Fabric with VersaColor Ink

Hi there, Martha Lucia here! Today, I have a fun project to easy stamping on fabric. I used a muslin bag with our VersaColor inks and clear stamps.

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 20 minutes


Step 1

I secured my muslin bag over my stamping tool and put inside of the bag a piece of hard card stock to keep the fabric straight. I selected the Bloom Layers stamp set to stamp them over the muslin bag using VersaColor in Camellia color. I just inked well the stamp and stamped just like I made with the stamping on paper.

Step 2

To fix the ink on the muslin bag, I only ironed the bag. Then using other pieces of the stamp set I decorated my original stamped flowers. To make the details of the flowers I used VersaColor in Raspberry, Topaz and Fresh Green. After that, I just ironed the bag again.

Step 3

To complement my gift idea, I just stamped some of the flowers included on the same Bloom Layers stamp set onto very vanilla cardstock but his time using Memento Inks. The colors that I used were Lady Bug, Rhubarb Stalk, Morocco and Tuxedo Black.

Thank you for stopping by! Don’t feel afraid of use fabric in your creations. It is the same thing as when you stamp on paper, just use the correct ink and enjoy your creation! Note: VersaColor is not a fabric ink and will wash out of fabric. Switch to Memento Luxe or VersaCraft for permanent projects. 


  • Muslin Bag
  • Cardstock – Very Vanilla
  • Bloom Layers Stamp Set by RGAvenue
  • Iron
  • Stamping Tool

Stamping and Watercoloring Techniques Using Waffle Flower Stamps

by Nadine Carlier

Are you enjoying all the inspiration so far this month with the Waffle Flower and Imagine collaboration? The Waffle Flower Iris You stamp set I thought went perfectly with this months color of the month, Amethyst.
Watch my video below to see how I created the amazing marbled background and colored the gorgeous iris’. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Waffle Flower and Imagine YouTube channels and comment (one comment per video per person) on all the videos on their channels this month using products from both companies for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate. There will be 2 winners picked, one from Imagine and one from Waffle Flower!
Video link below…. Enjoy!

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 30 minutes



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Color of the Month for September is Amethyst

Imagine Crafts's color of the month for September 2019 is the deep purple color Amethyst.

Imagine’s Color of the Month for September is Amethyst. This deep, luscious purple is perfect for fall inspiration. Not only is this color great for Halloween crafting, but is a great hue for all your fall time cards including back-to-school projects. Some of our favorite Amethyst hued ink finds include the aptly named Amethyst VersaColor inkpad, VersaFine Clair in Monarch and Memento’s Grape Jelly in the marker, full-size and DewDrop inkpads.

September also brings an exciting collaboration with Waffle Flower! Keep a watch on both our and Waffle Flower’s blogs and YouTube channels all month long to see some inspiring projects using both of our products! We used their Pretty Wings stamp set in our Color of the Month image. Isn’t it a beauty? The most exciting part about the collaboration with Waffle Flower? You can WIN prizes! To enter all you need to do is subscribe to both Imagine and Waffle Flower’s YouTube channels and comment on the videos published this month using both of our products! (One comment per video per person.) Two lucky winners will win $50 gift certificates – one from each sponsor.

Here’s a sneak peek on what fun stuff we have coming your way this month.

An amethyst inspired rainbow of purple by Martha Lucia Gomez.

A timely card from Lori Warren.

And a beautiful reminder from Kassy Tousignant!


Create a Shimmery “Sending You Love” Card

by Kyriakos Pachadiroglou

A big card, with a big message written on a small charm, can best describe the theme of this card. Using a lot of sparkle both on the background and on the white flowers and leaves, I enhanced the details of the background color and the plain whiteness of the floral decoration. The Sheer Shimmer Stix worked so nice on both the large surface of the stripes stencil and adding detail on the edges of the floral embellishments avoiding overuse of spraying shimmer on the paper and in places not required.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 30min


Step 1

Use a sponge dauber to apply the VersaColor Pinecone ink on the stripes stencil on the craft card, covering just above half of it on the long side.

Step 2

Leave the stencil on the same place and apply the shimmer using the Sheer Shimmer Stix, easily and with no mess!

Step 3

Use the Sheer Shimmer Stix on the edges of the paper flowers and leaves to add detail and color an 8-inch long piece of cotton cord with it.

Step 4

Color the chipboard with the VersaFine CLAIR Glamorous and add sparkle with the Sheer Shimmer Stix.

Step 5

Fill the metallic charm center heart with the irRESISTible Pico embellisher Morocco color and let it dry.

Step 6

Set the craft card and the corrugated black paper on the card base using the Tear It! Tape.

Step 7

First place the cord and the chipboard on the card.

Step 8

Continue adding the flowers and the metallic charm.



  • 7×5 card base
  • 6×4 craft card
  • Paper flowers and leaves
  • Cotton pipe cord
  • Follow your heart charm
  • 4×2 black corrugated paper
  • Wycinanka chipboard – mail hearts
  • Stripes stencil
  • Hot glue gun

See How to Create a Snowflake Spinner Card

by Jennifer Vanderbeek

See How to Create a Snowflake Spinner Card

I adore blue and silver as a holiday color scheme (or any time of year, for that matter), so for the Frosted Blue color challenge, I created this card with a frosted-looking inside scene (courtesy of Creative Medium mixed with VersaColor) and a fun spinner element in the front-panel frame. The Rinea foiled paper is sturdy enough to hold its shape, even when cut so delicately, making this card a real display piece for the holidays.

Skill: Advanced
Time: 1 hour



  • Navy Linen Cardstock
  • Rinea Foil Paper – Silver Starstruck
  • Stampers Anonymous – Tree stencil
  • Paint Brush
  • Electronic Die Cut Machine
  • Craftables – Snowflake SVG Cut File
  • Bo Bunny – Sentiments Stamps
  • Darice – Heat Tool
  • Acrylic Block
  • Fiskars – Paper Trimmer, Scissors
  • Straight Pin
  • Foam Square
  • Needle & Thread