Did you know that you can use sponge daubers and inks with your Stamparatus stamp positioning tool to ink a multicolour flower for your handmade cards.
Technique Tips: First I positioned the flower stamp on my Stamparatus. I inked it with the Petal Pink ink pad and stamped the image. Then I added some Rococo Rose with a sponge dauber to some areas and stamped again. I sponged some Crumb Cake ink onto the stems and leaves and stamped again. The final one was with a touch of Soft Suede ink. The end result is a lovely multicoloured flower. This technique would work well with any large stamp.
Cardstock Colours: Crumb Cake, Petal Pink, Shimmery White
The first half of this video gives you a closer look at how to make this card.
The card below has a more subtle variation of the same technique. I've stamped first with Crumb Cake on the Petal Pink cardstock then added a touch of Soft Suede.
Wishing you a cosy weekend. Bit chilly here so I'm enjoying snuggling up at home - might be time to go find a lap blanket I think!
Take care and stay safe,
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