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  • Writer's pictureRick Adkins

Multicolored Stamping - Two Tone Flora Stamp Set

Hello and welcome to my blog; today I am going to share the card that I shared yesterday during my Technique Tuesday Video. I have also uploaded the replay here for you to watch if you missed it.

Multicolored Stamped 5 x 7 Wedding Card by Rick Adkins-2

Multicolored stamping isn't a hard technique to do, but it is even more fun when you use Crumb Cake Cardstock and some Distress Oxide Inks for the stamping.

Video Replay:

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As I said Multicolored stamping isn't hard, but it is even easier with Distress Oxide Inks. This is partly because they are a hybrid ink and the ink stays wetter longer so you have more time to work on the blending of the colors. Which is super easy with a paper towel to soften the line between each color as you stamp them down.

Multicolored Stamped 5 x 7 Wedding Card by Rick Adkins-1

Today's card is a 5" x 7" card and not a size a make a lot of, but they are fun, especially for a wedding card. Once I had all the flowers stamped I then went back and stamped the detailed image. For the detailed stamping I stuck to one color of Distress Oxide Ink. This created a cohesive look for the card.

Multicolored Stamped 5 x 7 Wedding Card by Rick Adkins close up

My sentiment for this card came from the Something Fancy Stamp Set. I heat embossed it before starting the multicolored stamping process. This gave me a visual starting point to know where to place the flowers.

Multicolored Stamped 5 x 7 Wedding Card by Rick Adkins

To finish off the card I added the Crumb Cake Panel to a Basic White Thick Cardstock base and then added a few Iridescent Rhinestones sprinkled around the card. Thanks for dropping by today I hope you have a wonderful day.

Happy Stampin'

Rick Adkins

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