So here is the 3rd way of multiple inks on
a single stamp.Today it is all about markers.
You find all the information of the
So here are my samples for today:
When working with markers on a stamp, you can really color the detailsof a stamp.
Here I started using the tea cups from last month kit London calling.
I colored the cups with my Tim Holtz markers.
They work wonderful with the brush side.
Working with markers is also geat for a big collage stamp.
You can color all the details much easier than with an inkpad.
Now you want to see the finished cards.
Made the collage stamp intoan antique map
with distressing the paper and adding some brown ink.
All papers, ribbon and stamps are London Calling,
but the red paper is from Homestead.
Here is another card I made with the cups.
I ralized i had another set of stamps with tea things.
It is called Infusion from 2008:
The spoon on the left is embossed with silver
embossing powder on top of the colored text.
It is the same style as the cups, so the spoon
and the sentiment worked perfectly for my card.
I think Club Scrap now needs a sheet of coffee
and tea stamps on one sheet, that would be a big
sell out I think!
And this is the last one.
Hope you had enouginspiration
to start making your own cards or scrapbook page
and link it to the Club Scrap blog.
You might win a cool prize!
Have a creative day!