Monday, July 25, 2016

Stamping on Kraft Card Stock

Hello friends!
I am sharing a card that I did with white pigment ink and dye ink on kraft card stock.


 I love how super bright the dye inks are and can be toned down a notch with white pigment ink.
DSC_0353 (2)
I did the entire card with MISTI since nearly each image was at least double-stamped. 

I had such fun with all the stamping goodness that I even stamped the tiniest stamp from the set.
DSC_0350 (2)
I kind of like this fun and whimsical look.

I thought I was "doing good" when I made this card. Dr. John remarked that this card reminded him of the plant from "Little Shop of Horror". LOL. I guess he has a point.

Thanks for stopping by!
Check out the latest and finest here from Simon Says Stamp. 
Use Code: MARKERSALE (25% off on copics) ---last day!!
The promo code:  10JULYTH7 (get 10% off of your entire purchase)
Ranger product code: CHEM25 ( 25% off). Shop here.  


cm said...

Whimsical, wonderful and incredibly pretty, Virginia! I'm beginning to discover a new love for kraft backgrounds, too!

Marcie Sharp said...

So pretty! I learn so much from your posts...always getting ideas thanks to your wonderful designs!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

LOL - Dr. John always has a witty observation!! Love the colors on the kraft, though, Virginia - they look great with the white additions!

Harriet said...

Dr. John has a good eye. I 'see' what he means; however, I think this card is excellent. Amazing what a little white will do to soften a very bright ink. Brilliant Virginia.

conil said...

yes, it does resemble that man-eating flower...but it also looks so cool. This is really a wonderful card including what you've done with the base of the focal image.

Dawn Turley said...

Gorgeous Virginia. I think it is very pretty and not at all like something from Little Shop of Horrors.

Brenda said...

Simply stunning Virginia! Love how those colours look on Kraft!

Karen B. said...


Miriam Prantner said...

So pretty! I love the richness of the colors on the kraft!