Sunday, November 21, 2010

Stamping 411 with Inking Embossing card stock direct with ink pad


It's Stamping 411 sketch again. The weeks go so fast that I feel I just got time to finish a sketch with stamping 411 and I'm there again. I love sketch, I know I told you that many time but really if you never try it you should give it a try. The hardest thing of making a card for me it to come up with the layout well when you have a sketch in front of you the hard work is done. :)
What I use here it the Wallpaper Embossing Folder and then I use Cherry Cobbler ink on Cherry Cobbler card stock. The way I put my ink is directly from the ink pad to the card stock supper fast and easy so I did a quick video on how I did it. Some people use the brayer but for me the ink pad directly work great and fast. The stamp set is Tiny Teeny Tiny Wishes and Tag till Christmas. The punch is the Decorative Label and I did a quick video on how I did the layering/frame. Enjoy and till next time Happy Stampin'.
This one is to show the blue on white.







France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United Stats, that love to created and shared paper crafting. Hope I inspired to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!

8 comments:

  1. great tag video, France...lots of cold & snow in N.B!...

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  2. I LOVE your videos! So much information and great inspiring cards and projects. Thanks!

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  3. Great idea with the punches Frenchie!!! You're one smart cookie!! Love it!

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  4. Great job!!! Love all the glitter and the techniques you showed!!

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  5. Both cards are gorgeous, I love the vintage look and then the glitter really makes the first one pop! Btw, no I didn't move, just moved my stamp room to another room in my house :)

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  6. Nice video. I was looking for a simple tutorial for inking embossed images. My friend wants to learn so I was looking for exactly what you have done here. I'm sending her your link. THANKS! :)

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  7. Love your ideas and work. Keep up the wonderful work. We love ya!

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