Join Melissa Phillips today as she shares her tips for ink blending on colored cardstock.

Supplies:
  • STAMPS: Butterfly Folk, Butterfly Folk Outline, Cutaway Tags:  Spring
  • INK: Aqua Mist, Hibiscus Burst, Pure Poppy, True Black, Summer Sunrise
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Harvest Gold, Berry Sorbet, Bitty Big Aqua Mist
  • DIES: Wine Bottle Tag, Noted: Simply Stitched A2 Vertical, Butterfly Folk
  • OTHER: Sequins, seam binding, watermark ink, white embossing powder

If you are joining along this week, here are the details concerning the Make It Monday Challenge.

  • A new Make It Monday Challenge will go up on Monday mornings at 9am ET.
  • Create a project utilizing your take on the challenge. Your project must use at least one Papertrey product and include ink blending on colored cardstock.
  • Please enter NEW projects only.
  • Post your project on your blog, in your gallery or on any other photo-hosting site (such as photobucket or flickr).
  • Add your project to our InLinkz list below.  ONLY ONE ENTRY PER PERSON PLEASE.
  • You will have until 6am ET, Monday, May 7th, to add your link to the list to be eligible to win.
  • One randomly selected winner will be chosen from ALL the entries on Monday, May 7th, after 6am. The winner will be posted here on this blog post, on Twitter and Facebook. The randomly selected winner will get a $25 PTI gift certificate to spend however they like!

EDITED TO ADD THE RANDOMLY SELECTED WINNER:

Congratulations, Maura! Please send an email to customer service and provide them with your full name and the email address you would like your gift certificate sent to. Thanks so much to everyone for playing along!


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Join the discussion 2 Comments

  • 1
    Greta H says:

    I love both your cards, Melissa! Never think to ink blend on colored cardstock–great techique!

  • 2
    Kathy Mc says:

    Not sure I’ve ever Ink blended on color cardstock, but that’s going to change soon. I love your layered cards, Melissa, and the heat embossing really does stand out even more with this technique. TFS!

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