worth remembering that not everyone knows the same stuff that you do,
and that even if people think they know stuff, that it is sometimes
worth having a refresher, just in case. I know I have to remind
myself of all sorts of things that I thought I knew, and one of the
things I love most about crafting with my Team is that we can share
ideas and learn from each other all the time.
EVERY Ink type in this video, but watch this space for more tutorials
that cover the basics.
(watch the video for even more information!):
great ink for slick surfaces, such as Window Sheet, Foil etc, but is
also great for watercolour techniques as it is instantly waterproof.
the perfect ink for heat embossing as it provides a sticky surface
for the embossing powder to stick to, it is also great if you just
want a watermark effect.
another great ink for using with Stampin’ Write Markers, Blender Pen
and Watercolour pencils etc. Make sure it is fully dry before you use
these, but once it is dry if is water resistant. You can use it on
vellum, but it will take a while to dry.
a water based ink that is perfect for general stamping on uncoated
card. Stampin’ Up! Inks are so full of pigment that you can get a
number of ‘generations’ of impression from one inking and makes them
perfect for two or three step stamping.
– these have a dual tip; one for writing and fine detail work, the
other for larger areas.
than the Ombres) have refills available and I would highly recommend
getting the refill at the same time as you buy the pad, so you know
you have it – the refills last for years. The Classic and Archival
Inks are the same ink in both the Pads and the Write Markers, so can
be used to refill both for years to come.
helpful, but please let me know if you need any further information
on how to use these inks. There will be additional information on how
to use them in the coming weeks, but if you do have questions, I
would be very grateful if you raise them so I can make sure I cover
the information for others too.
Half an A4 sheet (so cut to A5) folded in half
(10 x 14.25cm) plus a scrap
Series Paper – 3-3/4 x 5-3/8 (9.5 x 14.25cm)
products used in today’s project, please jump on over to my online
shop, where you will find all the pretty things you need. If your
order is over £20 and under £150 before postage, please remember to
use the Hostess Code for the month, this means that as well as the
little gift and Thank You card you get from me, I will also be able
to order you some extra goodies from Stampin Up to share between
everyone who uses the code, just remember that for both of these, you
need to ensure you do not click the ‘No Contact’ button when you
place your order.
and I will see you again soon.