Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Team Tuesday with Ilina - Color Layering on Dark card stock

Hi Stampers!
Happy Tuesday and welcome to another Team Tuesday. Ilina's here today and I am sharing few cards featuring the stamping on dark card stock technique. Little white ago I made a video with the same technique but different stamps and inks, so I have that one below if you are wondering how this technique is done in "real life" for your reference. 

For my cards today I used the Hero Arts Color Layering Nasturtium set along with Prayers, Hello and Thanks Stamp and Cut sets. I started by stamping the first layer of the stamp (flower and leaves) with Unicorn white ink, once it was completely dry I stamped it again with Soft Pink/Butter Bar ink. You will need to make sure that you don't remove your stamp from your MISTI before stamping the second time (when you use colored ink). 
After my panels were done, I stamped the sentiments using Versamark ink and embossed with White Embossing powder, then stamped the accompanying sentiment using pink/red inks. All supplies are linked at the bottom of this post.
Thanks for stopping by today and hope you are inspired to do something creative today 


  1. Great process video and loved your layered flowers for these gorgeous cards! Great way to make a bunch of stationary cards and these are real jewels! These cards are a different stamp set but loved both sets! I really forget to use a kraft cardstock with my cards and so this was so inspiring!

  2. WOW they sure do pop with those stamps! I think the draft cards are just gorgeous and am ordering the stamps now. Loved hearing the kids, too. Keeping it real.

  3. I can't find the link to the Kitchen Sink Stamps. Is it available?

    1. the link is in the youtube video description. Since the video is just here for a reference.

  4. LOVELY JOB, Iliana! I CAN'T layer my images WITHOUT my MISTI!!!! LOL ;) SUPER SET of cards!!!!

  5. These are all so beautiful Ilina, thanks for the video tutorial, very helpful.

  6. so pretty, I never tried stamping in the white first, I will have to give this a try, thank you


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