Layering with one single ink pad
Hello everyone! Layering stamps are trending and with Kaleidacolors ink pads you don’t need to worry about using many ink pads to make your layers stunning. You can create different tones on each layer, just with one pad. Take a look at my card:
The process is very simple, just take the first layer of your stamp set and ink it directly with the ink pad using the light colors of the ink pad. If you consider it necessary, repeat this process to obtain a crispy image.
Then take the second layer of the stamp and ink it moving the kaleidacolor ink pad for the medium colors. Repeat the same process with the next layers, just moving the kaleidacolor ink pad to the darkest colors with each layer.
To create this card I used the Baby Powder Kaleidacolor Ink for the flowers and Fresh Greens for the leaves.
Then I fussy cut the flowers and leaves with scissors and arranged the flowers with double sided foam tape and the leaves with On Point Glue over a whisper white embossed piece. I pasted the decorated layer over an Olive cardstock using Tear it! double sided tape.
As final touch and to create a contrast of colors I stamped a black sentiment over a little piece of crumb cake card stock using Versafine Onix.
Imagine Products Used:
- Old Olive, Whisper White and Crumb Cake Card Stock
- Hibiscus Stamp Set by Studio Light
- Wire Fence Embossing Folder by Darice
- Double sided foam tape or Dimensionals