Creating Colour Schemes with Catherine Pooler Inks | The Little Paper Tree

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I’m super excited to be sharing my first post as a member of Trinity Stamps Creative Team!
I’m joining the Video Inspiration team and you’ll get brand new inspiration from me every Monday.

I decided to kick off my term with a super cool double stencilling technique; this involves stencilling over the top of another stencil and you can get some super fun effects this way!

I decided to keep it a little simple today, but you can try this techniques with a limitless number of combinations! I really hope it inspires you to give this technique a go yourself!

Don’t forget to head on over to Youtube to watch the rest of the hop, I know there will be some beautiful projects waiting for you!

I created a full panel of stripes that I put behind a white cover die cut from Pinkfresh Studios; I love the way that the colour peeks through the white pattern. I finished this card with two sentiment strips and some black onyx glitter sequins.

The other panel I made was much smaller, and I cut it down with a heart die. (The die that I used is an old, unbranded die that I was given, so I have linked a couple of similar products that I found in my supplies list.)

For the background I used a debossing die by Altenew, but I ran it through in two passes, so that it gives the illusion of being a gatefold style card.

I wanted to keep the design simple, but also I wanted to be able to make several cards at a time and the easiest way to do this is using some sort of stamp positioner.

I used my MISTI and I positioned the sentiment first, using Happy Birthday Many Ways from CPD, and went ahead stamping each one; cleaning my stamp well between each colour.

Then I moved onto the little images, again choosing my positioning, & stamping each card in turn before repositioning the stamps and repeating the earlier steps.

I wanted to keep the cards very clean & simple, and single layered, but I felt that they needed something more so I grabbed an ink blending brush and some washi tape to mark off and colour a stripe down the side of each one.

Once dry, I adhered each panel onto an a2 card made from 110lb Neenah.

All supplies available at The Little Paper Tree.


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Have a lovely, happy, safe, WONDERFUL week.

Stay Crafty!
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Please be aware:

As part of my Design Team and Guest Design work I do often receive free products to use, but I only ever recommend products that I genuinely love.

Also, I know how incredibly lucky I am to have these opportunities, but you don’t always NEED the newest products or the ‘full set’.
So please don’t feel that you need everything.
I like to show a variety of brands and products; this way; this way there will be something for everybody to enjoy.


Thank you so much for stopping by today, if you’re new here then I hope that you will consider subscribing.

Have a lovely, happy, safe, WONDERFUL week.

Stay Crafty!
Byeee!

Find me on these platforms:

Instagram | Youtube | Facebook


Please be aware:

As part of my Design Team and Guest Design work I do often receive free products to use, but I only ever recommend products that I genuinely love.

Also, I know how incredibly lucky I am to have these opportunities, but you don’t always NEED the newest products or the ‘full set’.
So please don’t feel that you need everything.
I like to show a variety of brands and products; this way; this way there will be something for everybody to enjoy.

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