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How to Blend Pigment Ink Using a Stencil – One-Step Card

by | February 28th, 2017 | 2

Hello everyone!!  Kymona here to show you how to blend Colorbox Ink using a stencil. It is not only fun but super easy to do!!

Check this one-step card out:

Let’s dive right in!

Here is the list of supplies you’ll need to create this card:

How to get started:

Cut cardstock to 4.25″ by 11″ scored at 5.5″.

Tape down the cardstock at the score line to mask the back so that the ink doesn’t transfer to the back side of the card.

Place the stencil on top of the cardstock and tape it down to hold it steady.

Press a dauber into the first color of ColorBox Pigment Ink from the PetalPoint pad.

Using the dauber, dab the ink onto the cardstock in an up and down motion.  Move from section to section of the stencil to spread the ink across the entire card front.

Load the dauber with a second color of ColorBox Pigment ink and continue dabbing the ink through the stencil. The ink will blend as you overlap the colors with the dabbing motion.

Once the entire card is covered, add a sentiment using black letter stickers. This one-step card front looks almost like stained glass!

So what do you think?  Would you try blending ColorBox Petal Point Pigment Ink with a stencil? Please let me know in the comments.  To see more of my clean and simple tutorials, please visit my blog.
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2 Responses to How to Blend Pigment Ink Using a Stencil – One-Step Card

  1. Bethann says:

    Easy enough that I could do it

    • Kymona Tracey says:

      Hey Bethann!! Yes! This technique is so easy and fun. You must give this a try. I would love to see what you create.

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