Ep.958 – StazOn Midi Ink Pads

Scrap Time - Ep. 960 - StazOn Midi Ink Pads

Today I am showing you how to make this card using the StazOn Midi Ink Pads! The StazOn ink is solvent based, therefore it is great for glossy paper, glass, plastics, metal – non-porous materials. The midi ink pads are smaller and have great curved edges, which makes it easy to hold on to. I started by using the Hero Arts Brushstrokes stamp with the Blue Hawaii StazOn and I swiped it across the card. I repeated this until my entire background was covered in ink. I then stamped an image onto a transparency using Jet Black StazOn. Above I used the IndigoBlu Bare Forest stamp. Then I attached it to the card using some brads that I dipped into the StazOn to change their colour!

Scrap Time - Ep. 960 - StazOn Midi Ink Pads

Here I did the same thing using the Cloudy Sky and Claret StazOn with stamps from the Tim Holtz Sewing Blueprint Stamp set.

Scrap Time - Ep. 960 - StazOn Midi Ink Pads

Finally, 2 more cards, this time using Spice Chai and Gothic Purple StazOn with stamps from the Tim Holtz Travel Blueprint stamp set.

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On the next episode I am featuring products from the Spellbinders Gilded Life Collection!

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3 Comments

  1. Posted July 1, 2014 at 11:58 pm | Permalink

    Very cool. Love that technique for backgrounds. I think my favorite is the one with the blue background and the trees. TFS!

  2. Kathy E
    Posted July 3, 2014 at 1:41 am | Permalink

    I love this idea! I can see it being very useful to create graet looking backgrounds, such as sky, water or even dirt & grass. I can’t wait to try this out as soon as I have unpacked my craft supplies from my move back to Australia and I am sure it will become a favourite technique. Thank you for providing wonderful inspiration, as always.

  3. Kathy E
    Posted July 3, 2014 at 1:44 am | Permalink

    Oh no I just realised I misspelt great, that is a lesson to wear my glasses when I comment. Is there a way to fix it?

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