Tuesday, November 2, 2021

MY FAVORITE CP INK COLORS

 It's the last day of the Ink Sale at Catherine Pooler Designs. 


Did you take advantage of it? What colors were on your must have list? I love trying new color combos so please share your favorites below for me to try.

Would you like to win a Year of CP Ink!!

What?!?!? 
You read that right! You could WIN a WHOLE YEAR of New Catherine Pooler Inks!


We are about to celebrate our upcoming 5 year Inkaversary, and one lucky CP Ink fan is going to WIN every NEW ink product we release in 2022!!!
That means every new ink color in the full size pad, the refill and our new Mini Ink Pads!  Can I hear a whoot, whoot?!?!

Imagine every few months receiving a package in your mailbox filled with NEW CP Ink Pads, Refills and Minis...for FREE...pretty sweet, right?


How To Enter To Win???

Join us LIVE November 1st at noon Eastern for our YouTube LIVE Inkaversary Party! 

Comment on the video (live or on the replay):
*Tell us your favorite ink color or color combo
*Tell us your favorite feature of CP Inks

Contest closes on Thursday, November 4.  We'll announce the winners on our Facebook Live on Friday, November 5 at 9am Eastern.


Who's going to WIN all of the new colors for 2022?!?!  Will it be YOU?

New to CP Ink?  Click HERE to learn why they've become a favorite of so many crafters over the past 5 years!


My favorite colors have always been blues and greens. They're so calming and beautiful and the ones I used in this card are among my favorites. Truth be told there's not many blues or greens that I don't like.


This card is really simple. I could have stamped each image separately and cut them out with their coordinating die but I wanted to keep it more clean and simple. 
I used the Forest Foliage Stamp Set and inked up each leaf with two colors - the top the lighter color and the bottom the darker color and using a blending brush to blend them in the middle before stamping. I did use my MISTI for this so I could stamp each leaf multiple times allowing me to build up the color on each one. 


I stamped the sprigs (I have no idea what the proper name is) in Icing on the Cake ink. I used the same ink for some direct to paper to make Icing on the Cake card stock and heat embossed the sentiment from the Thoughtful Phrases Stamp Set with white embossing powder, cut it down and placed it on the card. I die cut the panel with the stitched rectangle from the Postage Stamp Dies and added it to a card base with craft foam.

Happy Stampin'

and thanks so much for visiting!

Stay safe everyone!!

Susan



SUPPLIES

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1 comment:

  1. Your greens and blues look super together. I think they might be called fronds? Hugs Mrs A.

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