Wednesday, February 7, 2024

Inky and Scrappy's Stamp Set Series, Ink Road Stamps' Wackadoo, Emboss Resist Ink Blended Background

My sister loves Bluey. It might be because she has a couple littles under 3, but I can relate. I was a Bob the Builder, Thomas the Tank Engine, Curious George, and Cars watching momma when the boys were little. It's funny how I can repeat those lines without a thought in the world and my boys still get a quit being a bossy boiler, can you fix it...YES You Can!, and Ka chow! out of me from time to time. I didn't know my niece was as in love with Bluey as she is...and she is now a full fledged teenager. So I finally whipped out my Wackadoo set for her birthday card (it's next in line in the series) and threw on some Bluey and got to creating. (It helps we watched for hours when my other sister was over with the boys at Christmas time...I'm fully committed to Bluey.)

I had my color palette done, but couldn't find just the right paper to go with it so I decided it was time to make my own. It's been awhile and I love how those smaller images and single line of text look on repeat. It's easy to do with other stamp sets as well and really pulls the focal image from the background.

I will pop up the Ohuhu Color Guide on my Ohuhu Marker Blends page here... Products Used: Ink Road Stamps- Wackadoo Lawn Fawn- Car Critters Distress Oxides- Crushed Olive, Seedless Preserves, Tumbled Glass VersaFine Onyx Black Ink Ranger Fine Clear Embossing Powder Ranger Heavy Media Stock Manilla Taylored Expressions Anti-Static Powder tool Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink on Xpress it Cardstock Ohuhu Alcohol Markers Blending Brushes (amazon) Glassboard Studio- Magnetic Glass Media Mat Acrylic Blocks Thanks for watching and Keep getting Inky, Jaime

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