Monday, November 12, 2018

Inspire Me Monday: One Ink Wonder

Howdy everyone!  I’m Allison Cope and I’m the hostess for today’s Inspire Me Monday. I hope you’re having a great week so far.

A few weeks ago, Julie Koerber our Creative Confetti Challenge director had challenged all of you to create a monochromatic card.  Click here to view that challenge and all it’s awesome entries.  I couldn’t help but take that challenge and I created this holiday favorite of mine…

This card features the “Glitter House Village” stamp set.

I had so many comments on this card that I thought I’d share the very easy technique I used to create it.  But this time I'm using the glowing new stamp set “Let Your Heart Be Light”.

So join me in the craftroom today.  Don’t forget to bring along that favorite beverage too!

And here’s another quick look at the card I created for you today using Vintage Photo Distress Ink and Ultra Marine Brusho pigments.

I just love the way it turned out.  There’s some extra special about the way the Distress Inks react with those Brusho pigments that lends to a very different focal image on your card.

Thanks so much for joining me today!  I’d love to know what you think of my card and tutorial.

~ Allison Cope ~

stamps: Power Poppy (Let Your Heart Be Light)
cardstock: Fabriano (Arquarello 140# Watercolor), Recollections (110# White)
inks: Ranger Distress Ink (Vintage Photo), Brusho (Ultra Marine), Memento (Rich Cocoa), Spectrum Noir (Sparkle Pen)
patterned paper: Echo Park Paper Co. (Celebrate Winter 6x6)
dies: My Favorite Things (Stitched Rectangles)


CherylQuilts said...

WOW! Ally, I loved watching your video and seeing how you've used the Brusho powders to watercolor! Amazing, and what a gorgeous result! Love your card -- but I always love watching and listening to you! Thanks so much for inspiring me...and all of us! Stunning card, sweet friend! Hugs and love! xoxo

Julie Koerber said...

I am jumping up and down right now!! I am JUMPING UP AND DOWN! This technique created one of my all time favorite Ally Cope cards. I am so glad you have given us some tips and tricks so that we can all pretend we are as talented as you are and give it a try! :-)

Marcella Hawley said...

I'm with Julie and Cheryl!! This is such a COOL idea and technique -- I love that you show us how it works with the various stamp sets! Just AWESOME. Thank you!!

Charlene Mitchell said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous card! Love this and will definitely be trying this technique! Thank so much for sharing