Saturday, September 10, 2016

Colored pencils over white pigment ink

Hello everyone. I've had some issues with pictures on some of the older posts so I'm slowly uploading and redoing all the pictures. It's alot of work but I'm thankful that I still have all those pictures saved!

This is a technique that I have been wanting to try. Basically you stamp a solid or semi-solid image with white pigment ink on a darker paper. After letting the ink dry you can then color over it with colored pencils.


 All those flowers around the corners were stamped with white pigment ink and then colored in with colored pencils. This was a fun technique and I like how the flowers are so vibrant against that darker gray cardstock. I left the white dots alone so they are just stamped with the white pigment ink. The middle sentiment is embossed with white embossing powder.



Supplies:
MISTI Stamping Tool - The Most Incredible Stamp Tool Invented Tonic Studios - Tim Holtz - Non-Stick Micro Serrated Scissors Marvy Embossing Heat Tool - Model 2500 Ranger Ink - Multi Medium - Matte - .5 Ounce
Tonic guillotine paper cutter
Prisma colored pencils
Versamark ink
Simon Says Slate Cardstock
Neenah Solar White 80lb cardstock
Zing Embossing Powder opaque finish
Papertrey Ink:
Ruby Rose stamp set
True Black pattern paper pack
Raspberry Shimmer cardstock
Fresh Snow PerfectMatch hybrid ink

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