Saturday, 30 June 2018

Bokeh Dots with the "Stamparatus Multicolour stamping technique"


Hello and welcome back. Yesterday I posted about the bokeh dots montone colour card which I love, but today I have a few Multicoloured versions.

You need the Stamparatus for this technique, and it's oh so easy.
  • position your stamp on the stamparatus plate and ink up with a base colour,  for these cards I started with So Saffron
  • stamp the image, making sure your magnets are going to keep your card from moving as you will be stamping repeatedly in the same position.
  • no need to clean off the saffron ink
  • using a sponge dauber apply a second colour of ink to one end of the stamp, I used fresh fig for the first version of this
  • stamp and review your panel, you may want to add more colour to increase the depth so the colour transitions are graduated. 
  • you can continue adding as much colour as you like until you are happy with the depth
  • using a third colour (Old Olive) and the same technique apply ink with a clean sponge dauber to the opposite end.



I then stamped the Dandelions over the top with Blackberry Bliss and splattered them with some Gold Wink of Stella and layered them up in some Easel Cards. I kept the sentiments quite minimal.

Your colour combinations are endless, I also used
  • So Saffron, Night of Navy, Blackberry Bliss and Bermuda Bay - which over the saffron turned a gorgeous rich green 
  • So Saffron, Fresh Fig, Blackberry Bliss, Grapefruit Grove





I do hope you'll give this technique a try, it's so much fun.

I  hope you have a creative week and remember,
"don't just post online,
 post something pretty!"

cheers, Liz


Product List
Stamparatus
[148187]
$85.00
So Saffron Classic Stampin' Pad
So Saffron Classic Stampin' Pad
[126957]
$11.50
Fresh Fig Classic Stampin' Pad
Fresh Fig Classic Stampin' Pad
[144082]
$11.50
Blackberry Bliss Classic Stampin' Pad
Blackberry Bliss Classic Stampin' Pad
[133642]
$11.50

3 comments:

  1. I love these colour combinations, Liz. Thanks for the detailed instructions.

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  2. Love your technique and your cards. Just got this set and will try it...TFS.

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  3. Thank you for the cutting and inking directions. The cards are lovely. I’ve never made an easel card. Please suggest a link for process.

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