Tuesday, April 7, 2015

MIM #208 Ombre Stamping



This week's Make It Monday, Laurie shows us how to ombre stamp
with our inks and makeup sponges.
So glad to finally have some use for those tiny sponges I've had in the back of the drawer!


Apple Prints stamps and dies, Cover Plate: Stitched
Inks: Scarlett Jewel, Pure Poppy, Orange Zest, New Leaf, Limeaid Ice, Harvest Gold,
 True Black.
Fireworks! Bamboo Leaves spray

It was hard to capture the subtle shimmer of the Fireworks! spray,
But the effect is so lovely on the stitched cover plate!

Come play along on Nichole's blog:

16 comments:

  1. Ooh, yes...your second photo shows how pretty the background is!

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  2. Gorgeous. Your ombre looks fabulous.

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  3. Beautiful job blending the colors! Those apples look so great in ombre, and I love your shimmery background.

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  4. So very pretty! Thanks, Nancy, for visiting my blog and leaving feedback; I truly appreciate it!

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  5. Beautiful ombre shading on your apples Nancy...great card! :0)

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  6. Beautiful blending on the apples! Your design is amazing and so is the background ! Beautiful card,Happy Easter!

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  7. Just get out of town, Nancy! Your ombré stamping is perfection and I love the layout of your card. Wow!

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  8. Beautiful! Love your ombre apples!

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  9. Beautifully blended apples and I love your design! Fabulous background too!

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  10. Beautiful ombre stamping. Great card.

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  11. Absolutely beautiful!! Love the ombre apples!! You totally rocked the challenge!!

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  12. SOOO pretty, the apples look gorgeous! Beautiful card!

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  13. It's so adorable, and the ombre stamping items are fun!

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  14. OMG! This is so bright and colorful I'm in heaven! LOVE!!

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  15. Gorgeous background, Nancy, and great job blending your ombre stamping!

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  16. Nancy this is Gorgeous my dear!!!! I love these sweet apples and the gorgeous shimmer!

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