Saturday, 29 February 2020

'Wild and Free' by Elisa Ablett - Ink Art Designs

Hi stampers,

My turn to share a project for Ink Art Designs today.

I created a card using Kraft Cardstock as my base and featuring Rubber Dance Stamps and Colour Blast Artist Inks. This design can also be an art journal page as well.

I love the look of the Kraft Cardstock with bright colours, it seems to make them pop even more!

Let's take a closer look.  I used the bright and vibrant Artist Inks from Colour Blast (now under the umbrella of BeeArty) The inks are water based so perfect for creating beautiful watercolour backgrounds for stamping over. I also embossed my Butterfly Trio with black embossing powder.

I made a whole heap of tie dyed tissue paper with the inks a while back for some mixed media classes, so I cut a small piece to use under my die for the background of the card. Tissue paper can sometimes be hard to adhere to your cardstock without creating wrinkles or lines BUT the best way is to just use an ordinary everyday cheap gluestick! It works a treat. Smooth with your hands or a palette knife gently over the top and the finish is perfect.

Here are some of the products used from the Ink Art Designs Store:- 

Other Products used: - 
Load image into Gallery viewer, Colour Artist Ink

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Kraft Cardstock
Couture Creations Die
Black Embossing Powder

That's it from me today, 
thanks for stopping by my blog

Hugs Elisa x


  1. Brilliant designed post love the black embossing and rich blue.xx

  2. Hi Elisa. This is a gorgeous card. I love the splashes of colour, and they absolutely do pop on the craft card.
    Dot x
    Ink Art Designs, a great place to find great stamps


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