Tuesday, February 18, 2014

MIM #152


OK, so who would have thunk to use dye and pigment inks to create design and texture?
Heather Nichols!
Simply genius!
A solid stamp becomes dual coloring fanciful fun!


I'm going through all my stamps to pick another that will work with this technique.
Currently in love with the simple pattern and unique results with such little effort!
Heather, like I said, genius!



19 comments:

  1. WOW! This is great. I love how the pigment ink shows up in your fruit images.

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  2. It definitely shows up better on deeper colors.

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  3. I always look forward to viewing your cards! Another wonderful creation this time!

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  4. Love your card! Those apples are gorgeous with this technique!

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  5. This came out awesome Nancy, perfect with those apples!!

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  6. So fabulous Nancy. This is a technique i have been wanting to try, might just do that this week!

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  7. Very pretty! Great choice of stamps!

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  8. Love the way you made this work Nancy. It's always fun to keep learning and that's why I love MIM. Love your card!

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  9. Such a sweet card. I think this would be so nice to receive as a set of notecards. Your pigment ink stamping really shows through and looks teriffic with the apples. Your cards always come out so fantastic!

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  10. I really love how pretty your apples look with the swirl coming through. They are so cheerful. Beautiful card.

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  11. Love your stamp choice! The flourishes really pop out...

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  12. Great card Nancy...the pigment ink really shows through on your card! I'm still experimenting with this technique but definitely like it too! :0)

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  13. Yours turned out so nice. I love how you can really see the swirls.

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  14. Oh Nancy, I love the way your card came out...we can see the flourishes so clearly. Beautifully done, my friend :-)

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  15. The apples are perfect for highlighting the dye ink stamps - gorgeous card Nancy!

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  16. This turned out so well! I LOVE the swirly apples! Just gorgeous!

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  17. Love the colors and design, Nancy!

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