Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Creating Backgrounds Using Ink and Stamp Blocks

Hello Y'all-

I watched a video that Jennifer McGuire posted using Distress Inks on a stamp block to create beautiful backgrounds. I decided to give it a try. She suggested using Zig Clean Color or other inks as well. I used Distress Inks and Distress Oxide along with Zig and Hero Arts Hybrid inks. 

I used two backgrounds to create cards using Tim Holtz Crazy Dogs and My Favorite Things Mermazing stamp sets. I have listed all supplies used below. 










Check out the video and don't forget to subscribe. I'd love to see your creations and read your comments. 


-Heather 

Supplies Used:

Zig markers
Carmine Red- https://goo.gl/MHeU5Q
Lemon Yellow- https://goo.gl/NoyMVD

Distress Ink-
Mermaid Lagoon- https://goo.gl/zXc82c
Salty Ocean- https://goo.gl/DHJmQJ
Broken China- https://goo.gl/tN7HSi
Weathered Wood- https://goo.gl/XXbV3M
Vintage Photo/Oxide- https://goo.gl/bhvAD5
Worn Lipstick- https://goo.gl/WN2Sjp
Picked Raspberry- https://goo.gl/eMzpRj

Hero Arts-

Copic-

Embossing Powder-
Ranger Lime Green- https://goo.gl/wXN3XV
Ranger Purple- https://goo.gl/3wguGx

Dies-
Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangles- https://goo.gl/uPYUjn

Stamps-
Honey Bee Stamps Blah, Blah, Blah- https://goo.gl/KM2Ym3
MFT Mermazing- https://goo.gl/m7mwhk
Tim Holtz Crazy Dogs- https://goo.gl/ndkAk5

Swiffer Dry Cloths- https://goo.gl/vPFCfF  Amazon
Coffee Filters- https://goo.gl/Dez2Qu  Amazon
Misti Stamper- https://goo.gl/AF8dcj
Distress Watercolor paper- https://goo.gl/pXXEtx
Neenah Classic Crest 110 lb- https://goo.gl/RuFgSc
Lawn Fawn Block 4 X 5- https://goo.gl/RBKzhL
Lawn Fawn Block 3.5 round- https://goo.gl/yKT3vq
Lawn Fawn Block 2 X 5- https://goo.gl/W865B6
Lawn Fawn Stamp Shammy- https://goo.gl/sDKpDc
Salt Cellar Coconut- https://goo.gl/g9eyRL   Amazon
Wagner Heat Gun- https://goo.gl/TxR44X
Distress Sprayer- https://goo.gl/8wMSJa
Glossy Accents- https://goo.gl/AAPGsD
Wink of Stella- https://goo.gl/1QHNv2
Powder Tool- https://goo.gl/2oiBKi




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