{One Sheet Wonder Wednesday - Craft White Stamping}

Happy Wednesday!
Went in a very different direction today, decided to only use the Craft White Ink Pad from Stampin' Up!  If you've nexer used it before, it's quite a sticky ink, and its worth running a heat tool over your work before handling it.

It was my first time with this technique, and I'd like to play with it a bit more, as I'm not completely happy with the outcome.

Here are the photos and the video, enjoy.

Enjoy the video tutorial.

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The stamp sets I used are
Happy Birthday Gorgeous
Pop of Petals and
Touches of Texture

The colours used were
Daffodil Delight Ink on Pineapple Punch Card

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