Hello Friends! Katy here using the new Silhouette Stamp and Stencil Deer Dad to create a sunrise Happy Father’s Day Card.

I think everyone has a favorite technique when it comes to card making and it is no secret mine is ink blending. I also love to share tips and tricks on how easy it is to create a panel like this. Last week I shared how to create a sunset using Distress Inks and today I am sharing how to use a combination of Color Hive Inks and Distress Inks to create this sunrise.

I also give a tip on how to get solid black impressions with your Silhouette Stamps, if you struggle like I do.

I always find it easier to see and hear things in action and so as always I have a video for you listed below. If you have trouble watching here on the blog, be sure and click here to watch on Youtube.

I mentioned last week I do not have all the Color Hive Inks and it may take me awhile to get them all, but I wanted to show you that you can use a mix of ink brands to fill in the gaps, in case like me you don’t have all the colors.

One thing I want to mention (which I did in the video) is that I used Wild Honey Distress Ink, you can use English Mustard Color Hive Ink interchangeably with Wild Honey.

In the video I also show you how I re-inked my Eclipse Black Ink Pad, incase you were interested in seeing how it is done.

One More Thing…My panel started out at 5 1/2 inches x 4 1/4 inches. once all my stamping was done I trimmed the panel down to 5 1/4 inches x 4 inches.

Listed below are the products used to create todays project. Please Note, affiliate links have been used at no cost to you. If you click a link AND make a purchase, I will receive a small commission. These earnings help to support my Youtube channel and my website. Thank you for your support.

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That is gonna wrap it up for me today. I hope you give this ink blending a try. Thanks so much for joining me today. I hope you have a fantastic day and I will catch you next time.