Fun Friday Technique: Stamp Layering with White Pigment Ink

Stamp Layering with White Pigment Ink and Hello Lovely Scrapbooking Stamp set. www.maz.closetomyheart.com.au

I love using Close To My Heart White Daisy Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad and how it looks on Kraft Cardstock

And when you combine it with the two step stamps & layering with the White Daisy Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad and overlay with a coloured Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad you get this great dimension as it looks like you used two different colours of ink over the white, but it really is just the white ink under it that changes the look.

What is great about this technique is if you are not that good at lining up your images, it actually works in your favour as you can see more of the coloured ink tones that it produces.

What you need
White Daisy Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad
Kraft Cardstock
– You choice of colour Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad

Technique Process
– Ink up the solid stamp image first (the background) with the White Daisy Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad. If you don’t have a background don’t worry you can just offset slightly your second stamp image with the coloured Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad
– Allow your White Daisy Ink to dry before proceeding, you can use a heat tool in this set.
– Clean up your stamps with the My Acrylix® Spritz Cleaner before you move onto the next step.
– Ink up the shade stamp or the same image with coloured Exclusive Inks™ Stamp Pad & stamp over the image & slightly offset.

 

I hope you enjoyed this Friday Fun Technique and I hope you give it a try over this weekend.

Till next time Maz

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