Hi there, everyone! Erum here with a new project and video for the Creative Coloring with Erum video series. Today, I will use the Build-A-Garden: Rocktrumpet Stamp Set and color the image using various Altenew inks.
- On a panel on Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock (80lb), stamp the image from Build-A-Garden: Rocktrumpet Stamp Set in Vanilla Cream Crisp Dye Ink.
- Use the coordinating coloring stencils to apply colors. Through stencil 1, I applied Pinkalicious Crisp Dye Ink and layered Pastel Sunrise Crisp Dye Ink to the right side; this will add a warm tone to the petals. For the second layer, apply Rubellite Crisp Dye Ink. Go over the right side petals with any coral shade ink, I used Canyon Clay Crisp Dye Ink.
- To the second flower, I applied Volcano Lake Crisp Dye Ink, and for the second layer, I used Lagoon Crisp Dye Ink which, in the end, I covered over with the leftover pink ink on my blending brush so that it doesn't merge with the leaves.
- For the purple flower, apply Lavender Fields Crisp Dye Ink and add a hint of pink ink to the left side. For the second layer of the stencil, apply Deep Iris and a bit more pink to the left side. You can also add a hint of Lagoon to the right petal for an interesting effect.
- To the flower at the very top, apply Chamomile Crisp Dye Ink. And for the second layer, use Snapdragon Crisp Dye Ink.
- For the leaves, add a base layer of Dark Night Crisp Dye Ink and then add Emerald Crisp Dye Ink over it. If you wish, you can keep the leaf tips lighter.
- For the second layer of the leaf stencil, apply the same inks but with a heavy hand.
- Use the coordinating die to die cut the image.
- Use the Dual Tips Pens that match the ink colors and add stamens and details to the image.
- Next, add Jet Black Ink Spray splatters onto two card fronts.
- Apply liquid adhesive to the die-cut and place it on the two panels. Let it dry.
- Cut the panels and overhanging die-cut.
- Stamp sentiments for both the cards in Obsidian Pigment Ink and die cut using the coordinating die.
- Adhere to the card front with Instant Dimension Foam Tape.
You can watch the video below or on YouTube.
Video: Mixing Ink Colors
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