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Quick, Easy Blending and Stamping with a Stamp Positioner. Using Distress Oxides and Concord & 9th.

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Well Welcome,

I do hope your all well.

 I have been having some fun and stepping out of my comfort zone. I'm very much a character stamper and alcohol marker girl.

 So water-coloring, is not  my thing. But I love the look, and admire some of the greats out in this industry.

But this technique is truly fall proof. 





Concord & 9th Forever Flower Stamp Set

Stamp Positioner

Distress Oxides in 

Combi 1 Tumbled Glass & Salty Ocean

Combi 2 Abandoned Coral & Aged Mahogany

Combi 3 Picked Raspberry & Wilted Violet

Versamark ink pad

Water Spray Bottle

White Acrylic Paint & Paint Brush for splats

White Embossing Powder

Black Cardstock

Neenah Cardstock

Card Blanks

Hero.s Blue Gems

Altenew Mahogany Gems 

Hero's Lilac Gems 





First add the lightest ink down on to the flower image on your stamp positioner. Then stamp this down and repeat.

This builds up a nice cover to the stamp, stamp this down to you neenah card stock cut to the size of your card blank. I used  5.5 x 5.5 " for the blue one.

The other are 3.9 x 5.5 "


Then just using salty ocean around the outside of the petals.

Then stamp this down again.

Go back and spritz the stamp with water. Approx 10 cm away 3 spritz. then stamp it down.

This moves the colour and causes a blend.


Then leave this to one side to dry. 


The next step is to use the lightest blue and stamp the dots around the background,using first and second generation ink. Then blend around the outside to finished the look.



Then using some white paint, I adding some spritz.

Let this dry why I stamp and emboss my sentiment.


Stamping enough sentiments for all three cards in versamark.



Finally I added some enamel drops. 

add foam tape and stick down the sentiment.


I really enjoyed making these very quick cards.

If you give it a go please show us in the Bumbleberrys craft room group.


Happy Stamping




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