Welcome to a week of fantastic collaboration between IMAGINE Crafts and Magenta Rubber Stamps! Both companies are excited to share with you their products, from the latest inks from IMAGINE Crafts to the newest Fall and Holiday stamp releases from Magenta.
My third project in row for this bloghop!
Look at this beautiful effect!
I'll tell you how I did this, just follow the steps:
1, Spray some WALNUT inks (two colors here) onto you cardstock, spray with some water to dilute it a bit (these inks are very pigmented), and let it run.
2. While still wet, spray some SHIMMER spray over it and see what happens to the background:
3. Stamp a script in the background to add some interest.
4. Stamp the flower image from Magenta with StazOn on a seperate piece of cardstock and cut it out.
5. Color the flowers with the walnut inks used in step 1. Adhere it to the background.
A second project also this time:
Remember from the previous bloghopdate, the 18 th., I promised to show you the background, with ink left on the background stamp, you can find it in this post.
It's all shimmery from the Brilliance ink, and it's also got a hint of the green pigment ink.
The flower is also from Magenta, the Fleur-contour, which is one of my own designs.
Prizes galore for participating in the Blog Hop this week!
IMAGINE Crafts and Magenta are offering a total of three different prizes this week as part of this Blog Hop. These prizes include IMAGINE Crafts' irRESISTible Texture Spray, irRESISTible Pico Embellisher, Delicata Shimmery Silver and Golden Glitz AND some of the newest releases from Magenta. Take a moment to visit the other featured artists' blogs listed below and leave a comment on their posts by midnight PST September 21st. Three winners will be randomly selected from three different blogs from the seven days of the Hop, with one commenter from each blog draw as the winner.
Presenting the other featured projects for today:
Blog Hop Hint – if you click on a link that takes you to a page saying something like, “Sorry this page cannot be found,” just click on the header at the top of the blog (usually a picture, or the blog’s name), and it will take you to that blog’s most recent post. That post *should* be our hop. If not, you can probably scroll down a short way to find the hop post.