Ink on 3 Blog Hop

Hey everyone! Thanks for joining me for the Ink on 3 Blog Hop! Today we are showcasing the new stamp and die set called Hollyhocks! Continue on to the bottom to get the full list of blogs and a chance to win $25!

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I actually tore a couple of pieces of paper from my husband’s old flight books to make this card. I stamped the image on with Blackout Waterproof Detail Ink and then colored over with a mixture of watercolors and colored pencils.

 

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I just love how these came out!

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Comment on each post along the hop for a change to be entered to win one of two $25 giftcards!

Use code hollyhop20 to receive 20% off the bundle stamps and dies!

35 thoughts on “Ink on 3 Blog Hop

  1. Martha Lucia Gomez says:

    OMG the creativity is unlimited!!! I love your flowers, your coloring and the different concept of the paper!!! Congratulations you rocks!

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  2. Lu C says:

    Lovely cards made with that gorgeous stamp! I love using book pages for backdrops on cards, Just gives it the little bit of ‘something extra’. Especially love the coloring on the yellow bouquet. Thanks for sharing.
    Lu C

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  3. Patricia Ceccacci says:

    These cards are amazing I have never seen anything so wonderful to see through. they almost look like stained glass over the pages I love love love them

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  4. Cindy Holmes says:

    AMAZING cards! I just really like how you used a printed page for the background and then added the gorgeous flowers on top of it! Such perfection!

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  5. Jill Lukas says:

    What Pretty Cards!! Never seen the technique you did. Definitely wanna try this!! Love this New Set from Inkon3!! πŸ˜‰πŸ˜Š

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  6. Wendy Lambert says:

    Beautiful cards. I love the idea of using old books. I will definitely have to try this! Thank you for the inspiration.

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  7. Annalisa says:

    I didn’t think one could do watercolor on standard book pages. Did you have to prep it at all? Because it looks marvelous. The yellows especially are so vivid on your cards. And you’ve given me an idea for a series of cards that use books which have flowers as a big plot point (think Alice in Wonderland or something). That would be so cool! Thank you so much for sharing and giving us this great inspiration.

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