1. First of all, place your stamp in the stamp positioner with the white cardstock and ink up with the archival green ink. Next, take the masking fluid and mask the flowers. Put to one side to dry briefly.
  2. Next, take your acrylic block and ‘swoosh’ your two blue inks (darkest first), then yellow and finally, green. Spritz with water and apply to white, stamped cardstock. Use wet wipes to take off the excess and create a cloudy effect.
  3. Leave that to one side to dry and take your tag die and place in your stamp positioner. Line up your sentiment stamp.
  4. Quick tip: for correct placement of your sentiment, you can preview where it will go by first placing a piece of acetate over your tag and stamp on that first. If you are happy with the placement, remove the acetate, re-ink your stamp and stamp in the correct position. If you are not happy, you can re-position your stamp and try again. Remove acetate when happy.
  5. Stamp your tag and attach ribbon.
  6. Back to your stamped image. Remove the masking fluid with your finger and ‘swoosh’ the orange inkpad on your glass mat and pick up the colour with your watercolour brush and colour in the flowers. Take a green ink and do the same for the grass.
  7. Finally, you can put the layers together with dst and attach the tag to the card with foam squares.

Meadow Flowers Stamp


Distress Ink Set


Black Archival Ink


Masking Fluid