Creative Coloring on Inky Lily

by Erum Tasneem

Hi there everyone. In this week's session of Creative Coloring with Erum, the project will look like it took a while to make but fortunately for you, it's super easy! My cards feature the Inky Lily Stamp Set.

Altenew Inked Lily Stamp Set | Erum Tasneem | @pr0digy0

Coloring the Images

To start, heat emboss the flowers and leaves from the  Inky Lily Stamp Set onto Crest Solar White Cardstock in Pure White Embossing Powder. Next, use Rubellitte Dye Ink and apply this onto the flower image starting from the center then outwards with a Blending Tool – Small. After this, use a Detailed Blending Brush in size 10 and apply Midnight Violet Dye Ink in the center and pull it slightly outwards. This will create a darker center. Repeat the same with the second flower. Now take a white gel pen and add a few dots or specks onto the petals. These will take on the color of the ink, don't worry about it, as the flowers will still look good. Set the flowers aside.

For the leaves, first, apply Lime Dye Ink, and then on the base of the leaf apply Mountain Pine Dye Ink. The difference between the two colors will create a beautiful ombre shading. Use the coordinating dies to die cut the images and set them aside.

Altenew Inked Lily Stamp Set | Erum Tasneem | @pr0digy0

Coloring the Accent Die-Cut

Die-cut a circle out of Woodgrain White Paper using the largest die from the Halftone Circles Die Set. Die-cut another circle using the same die out of a spare white cardstock, this will be used to layer the woodgrain die-cut to make it sturdier.

Now, apply Volcano Lake Dye Ink onto the Woodgrain die-cut with the help of a Blending Tool – Small. Once done, adhere the backing with adhesive. Set it aside.

You can choose not to add this circular die-cut, but it helps ground the florals. It also adds another color to the mix making it appealing to the eye.

Altenew Inked Lily Stamp Set | Erum Tasneem | @pr0digy0

Arrangement

Take a 4″ x 5 1/4″ panel of cardstock and add fine splatters of black paint. Once dry, adhere to the panel the woodgrain die-cut with foam tape. Next, adhere the flower and leave images with foam tape onto the woodgrain die-cut. Then add a few more black slatters. if you are looking for a cleaner look, you can forego the splatters.

Stamp the sentiment in Obsidian Pigment Ink. You can choose to do this part before adhering the images, I like to do this later on.

To finish, add a few crystals.

Watch the Inky Lily Video!

You can watch the process video below or on YouTube to see how easy it was to create this card.

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Until next time, stay safe and have a great week! Bye!

 

~SUPPLIES~

Inky Lily Stamp Set
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Inky Lily Die Set
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Halftone Circles Nesting Die Set
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Inky Lily Stamp & Die Bundle
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Pure White Crisp Embossing Powder
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Ink Blending Tool – Small (Set of 4)
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Detailed Blending Brushes
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Rubellite Crisp Dye Ink
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Midnight Violet Crisp Dye Ink
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Lime Crisp Dye Ink
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Mountain Pine Crisp Dye Ink
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Volcano Lake Crisp Dye Ink
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Woodgrain White Cardstock(10 sheets/set)
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Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock…
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4 comments

Marisela Delgado August 16, 2021 - 21:48

Absolutely gorgeous! 💜💜💜

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Maureen Reiss August 17, 2021 - 17:01

Gorgeous card!!

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Ann Taylor August 18, 2021 - 13:38

Just gorgeous as always! Especially love the blue spot background piece!

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Tara September 16, 2021 - 08:08

so very pretty

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