Hello and welcome to my YouTube channel and blog; today I am going to share with you a card I created for my Facebook live mini class last week. I showed during the video how to use the Uninked Spectrum Pads after you inked it up in your choice of colors. I picked the new In Colors for mine (Lovely Lipstick, Grapefruit Grove, Pineapple Punch, Call Me Clover, and Blueberry Bushel). I cased one of the cards in the new catalog for the concept. Here’s a look at my card.

I love techniques that you can do with these stamp pads, and you can create any custom blend of inks that you want. So that allows you to create more freely and opens up a whole new world with the ink refills. Think about this you could take one of the Uninked pads and use five of our blues, pinks, or what ever colors you picked and create a custom ombré or rainbow. I know right it’s just mind numbing. Once the hard part is done (the inking) then it’s up to you want you create. At the end of the video I shared a few other techniques that you could do.

Our catalogs are not just for looking and ordering products they are also idea books. That are meant to give inspiration which let’s us share our and yours creativity. This is the card that I CASEd (Copy and share everything) from the catalog.

Copyright by Stampin’ Up!The top left card is the one that was CASEd.

I stamped on a panel of Whisper white and pressed it onto the ink pad itself. Next I added a layer of vellum cut to the same size. I attached the whisper white piece to the card front once the ink dried.

Heat it Up:

The vellum also gives me an additional layer that I can stamp on and not have to take a chance of mixing up the stamped image. I chose to use Versamark ink and heat embossing three of the sentiments from Stitched All Around. I went with the new Black Embossing powder for my card.

Before I did any heat embossing I used my embossing budy to prep the vellum. The embossing budy helps remove any static electricity or oils from the hand so the embossing powder only sticks to the ink.

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Thanks for dropping by today.  I hope you have a wonderful day.

Happy Stampin’

Rick