Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Simon Says Stamp - Multi-color Stamping of Solid Images using pigment dye inks - Dancing Fruit

Hello and Welcome to my blog.
Today I'm going to share three cards made using multi-color stamping of solid images.
I used new Dancing Fruit stamps set which is among the "One of a Kind Release" from Simon Says Stamp.

Here are my cards.

First, I cut 3 tags using stitched dress up tag wafer die from white card stock paper, then stamped each fruit image of Dancing Fruit using various colors of pigment inks, giving some gradient in colors at the same time, which is called multi-color stamping. 
I stamped apple, pineapple and pear on each tag using mini MISTI

Here are inks that I used.

For an apple, I used lemon zest, orange slush, and water melon which are included SSS hybrid ink pad cube set fresh fruit. I fell in love the bright colors that these hybrid cube inks came out with ! The inks set is highly recommendable. 

For the pineapple, I used Altenew's pigment inks : Buttercream, Warm sunshine, and Caramel Toffee Frayed Leaf and Evergreen

For the pear, I used green in Kelly's Fashion Ink set which has very bright color, and Frayed Leaf and Evergreen from altenew.

After finishing stamping, then I put each tag on various patterned papers and card base.
The designs were not predetermined, I just chose and cut patterned papers going after my heart. All the sequins are from Pretty Pink Posh

This second card was especially made for entry into the current Simon Says Stamp Flickr Challenge #75, were the theme is  "Black and White with a Splash."
The sentiment is from "See You Soon" that was included in Simon Says Stamp July Card Kit.

For the 3rd, I used green enamel dots for embellishment :)

Thanks for reading this post.
I hope you enjoyed it.
Major supplies are linked in the text just FYI. 
One layer multicolor stamping was so fun, maybe I will try a few more cards with this technique :)

From Marge.

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