Video: Gradient Stamping with Dye Inks

Hello there,

it's Christine, bringing you another video-tutorial.
I totally fell in love with the new Clouds Stamp Set - it's fun and graphic and can also be used for cute cards. Versatile to the max!

For my card I wanted to use one of those clouds to create a rainbow of clouds. To add some more interest I decided to  stamp in the negative space and tried out to create a gradient with my dye inks. I know this is possible with pigment inks, but most of my inks are dye inks, so I had to give this a try.

This is the card that I created:



I needed some practice to figure out how to get the best gradient result - so check out the video to see my learning process:

Don't forget to check out our pinterest-boards to find TONS of inspiration for your Neat & Tangled stamps.
Where else do you get your inspiration from? Please let us know?

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Christine



Ssssssht.... Neat & Tangled will be selling coordinating dies to their stamps soon... so be sure to check back on June 16 to find out more. Exciting things are coming our way!



11 comments

  1. This is sooo CUTE! Love the clouds!

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  2. This is way too cute and colorful! Fun fun fun card!

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  3. LOVE this card! Love the negative piece you created and the gradient and the stitching details, so sweet!

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  4. absolutely amazing card! LOOOOOOVE the gradient effect you created! and the use of your homemade enamel dots is just gravy! :)
    coordinating metal dies...HELLO!!!

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  5. Love this card, it is so pretty, and thanks for the video!!!

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  6. Such a simple idea, but such an effective card! I love watching your creative process, Christine. Did you say those were hand-made dots? awesome!

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  7. I loved watching you experiment! And YAY for matching dies, because I would never had the patience to cut all those out!

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  8. love your card, I am on my way to subscribe to your channel now! Your accent is very nice!

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