Making Ghost Images with Ranger’s Adirondack Pigment Ink and Tim Holtz™ Distress Ink

This card was made with a cool technique created by Wendy Vecchi. She was gracious enough to let me share it with you. She also just came out with a new line of stamps with Stampers Anonymous, called Studio 490 this summer at CHA. I loved them so much I bought the entire collection. Please visit her blog for more of her great ideas.
Supply List:
Ranger Industries:
Adirondack® Pigment Inks in Pitch Black and Snow Cap
Tim Holtz™ Distress Ink Pads in Dusty Concord, Worn Lipstick and Pine Needles
Stickles™ Glitter Glue in Black Diamond and Cotton Candy
Inkssentials™ Blending Tool & Foam
Non-Stick Craft Sheet
Stampers Anonymous
Wendy Vecchi Studio 490 Stamp Sets in Art of Making It Merry, Art from the Heart, and Dreams of Art
Cardstock:
Ivory 4-3/4”x4-3/4”
Pink 4-1/2” x 6”
Purple 4-1/2” x 6
Green 4-1/2” x 6” and 4-1/2” x 6 and 5-1/2” x 11
Black 5”x5”
Fiskars:
Stamp Press
Scissors
Paper Trimmer
Adhesive
Making Memories Shimmer Brads in Black
Glue Dots
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Comments

  1. Wow Patti … love that card!! You are one talented lady. I’m still waiting for my stamps to arrive .. hopefully today!

  2. Great job on the video … clean, clear instructions! Awesome. No I’m wondering if I need one of those stamp presses … looks like you’r getting good clear images with it. You enable you!

  3. mermaid musings says:

    I found you in youtube and as right now, I am watching all of your videos.
    Thank you so much for sharing very generously, Thank YOU!!!
    I love your blog as well.

  4. Paper Patti says:

    Thanks for watching! I appreciate your nice comments.

    Patti

  5. I just passed the I-love-your-blog-award on to you! Congratulations!