Layering with different stamps and different Fresh Ink colors on a 3" white Art Square.
Just wanted to share some of the cards that we have been teaching in our classes at Impress in Seattle. We have one more to go at the end of the month at their University Village store. All are created with either Impress or Savvy stamps and dies and some fun coloring techniques.
Stamp image and emboss on a dark gray 2" Twinchie Square; then color using Brilliance re-inkers like watercolor paint.
Fit together 3 white 1.5" Art Squares. Color stamp directly with Tombow markers, spray with water and then stamp - repeat spraying and stamping - overlapping images as they become more faint. Mount on card with space between squares.
The masking technique we have discussed in prior posts using a die, Eclipse paper, Fresh Ink pigment ink and embossing powder.
A different type of masking technique. Stamp image on white card stock and trim out. Stamp first image on a white ATC size Art Square. Cover this image with the one that has been trimmed out and then stamp next image, overlapping it. Repeat several times and then color with Copic markers.
It's always a fun class - contact Impress if you are interested in joining us.