Hello friends! Katy here and today I am doing some ink blending to create a simple scene with the new Under The Stars Stamp Set from Maker Forte.
For todays project I decided to use some distress inks simply because I do not have all the Color Hive Inks. I also know most everyone has the distress inks I am using and will easily be able to replicate this blend.
I wanted to create a night sky or dusk sky and I think Antique Linen, Victorian Velvet, Seedless Preserves and Black Soot are the perfect combination to create the look. After I completed the ink blending, I did my stamping with Eclipse Black Ink and I felt like the stamp was just floating on the panel, so I decided to use a hill stencil to give the impression that the focal stamp was coming up from behind the hills, kinda like the moon rising. Not my best stenciling, but it gives you an idea of what I was going for and hopefully inspires you to create something better.
I have a video tutorial below showing how I ink blended the panel after all that is the star of the show. I do encourage you to watch the video. I always give lots of tips and tricks especially for my ink blending projects. Click here to watch on Youtube.
Products used are listed below. Affiliate Disclosure: 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.
- Maker Forte Under The Stars Stamp Set
- Color Hive Ink Eclipse Black Ink
- Maker Forte Top Fold A2 Top Fold Card Base
- Maker Forte Rolling Hills Stencil
- Maker Forte Prime Time Stamp Conditioner
- 1/2″ Double Sided Tape
- Maker Forte Bone Folder
- MISTI Original
- Hot Pressed Watercolor Paper
- Foam Blending Tools
- White Reinker
- Distress Ink Antique Linen
- Distress Ink Victorian Velvet
- Distress Ink Seedless Preserves
- Distress Ink Black Soot
Alright my friends, that wraps it up for me today. Thanks so much for stopping by. I’ll catch you next time.