Saturday, November 13, 2021

How to Add Ink Using Sponge Daubers

Today was day 3 of Stampin' Up!'s OnStage! What is OnStage? It is a 3-day event, usually in-person but held virtually this year. Demonstrators that attend see the new catalogue early, are able to order select  products from the new catalogue, be inspired by the stamping presentations and learn from other demonstrators. Did you catch some of the sneak peaks of new products I shared over on Instagram? I'm not sure if I'm more excited for the Awesome Otters Sale-A-Bration stamp set or the Rainbow of Happiness bundle! You'll be able to see both of them next week when my order arrives!!!! So fun!

Part of OnStage is the Stamp & Share experience. At in-person events it can be a mad dash to stamp and assemble the projects in the time allotted! Today's session was no different. We were given dimensions and a supply list ahead of time but I was unprepared. Our guide to assembly was Shannon West and she showed us how to use the Sponge Daubers to colour in the image, something I usually forget is a colouring option. Want to see how I did it? You can watch a video of how to add ink to a stamped image using Sponge Daubers by clicking here. On the next step I dithered too long trying to decide what piece of the Hand Penned designer series paper to use that I missed seeing what the final card design was. When I looked at the screen after deciding, Shannon had moved onto card #2. While she continued to show how to put the next card together I stared at the pieces in front of me. Deciding to assemble the card with a few extra pieces I quickly pulled it altogether. Regardless of what the final card was supposed to look like my card was going to look different from the sample created by Stampin' Up! as I didn't purchase the Heart & Home OnStage Project Collection. What do you think of my card using items from the Hand Penned suite?

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Thank you for stopping by! ~ Amanda

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