Wednesday, June 5, 2019

My 3rd Take with "Youthful" Cling Stamp

Hello friends!
I am popping in to share my 3rd version with Youthful

Card #1
thank you (4)

Card #2
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It is amazing how one stamp can have all different looks. 
It is up to you and I to use various inks and techniques to make it shine!
I went back to the 100% stamped design and this is it. 
happy birthday 

 The design is all about stamping and ink-blending.
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For a change, there is no embossing involved.

This is a great stamp to practice Color-Layering (card #1)

Selective-Embossing/Partial-Embossing (see card #2),
 Ink-Blending (card #3)
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One thing about today's card is that you want to make sure the Distress Oxide are completely dry before you start ink-blending. This prevents smudging and contaminate the colors.

I used Ranger Sponges for all my ink-blending.
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For the directions of ink-blending,  it is vital to start from outer area and work your way towards the middle. No fancy shamancy ink-blending brushes were needed or used.  You may know this already, you can check my Instagram Story (highlighted feature) as I shared how I made a DIY Ink-blender (with a toothbrush!).

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Hope that you find today's post extra interesting as I have 3 cards with one stamp.
Thank you for stopping by!

8 comments:

MadeByMeghanK said...

Another BEAUTY! I love the background

brandco2450@gmail.com said...

Do like your 3rd take! It's very clean and airy, and bright !

Martha Herrera said...

Wow.. such lovely cards. Love them all.
Thanks for sharing.

conil said...

Oooooh! You really know how to get the most out of your stamps. This is just as fabulous as the other two. Gorgeous.

Janis Godwin Spear said...

So lovely how you used different colours on the same image. <3

Sue D said...

So pretty with all of these colors.

Linda BL said...

All three "takes" on the Youthful stamp are gorgeous. Card two is my favorite, I have to admit.

Denise Bryant said...

Really pretty stamp with lots of possibilities!