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Saturday, March 3, 2018

So Suzy Feathers - 2 Ways

Hi Everyone,

I am have a photo tutorial today for So Suzy Stamps. 
Using the same stamps 2 different ways.

Both cards are done with a Kaleidocolor inkpad and generational stamping.


This card uses the same Inkpad, but I spritzed the feathers with water.


My So Suzy stamps:




Lets get started:


I stamped the sentiment - I used Catherine Pooler ink - it is nice an juicy and you only need to ink up your stamp once. I stamped the sentiment just above the center on the card on your left and into the bottom right for the card on your right.

I spritzed the feather with water and stamped it around the sentiment - not inking it up again in between. It has enough ink to stamp it at least twice.


For the second card I did not spritz, just stamped it twice (generational stamping). I also added the smaller feather for both cards, using the same technique.


And then I finished both cards - added splatters, which I picked up from the stamp with a pain brush - just misted it again with water. It has enough ink on it for that.


I added some Bakers twine for the card below. some Washi tape and a tiny touch of Stickles and enamel dots for the bottom card.



You may know this already, but just in case you don't.... We have a new feature here at So Suzy's. 
You get a stamp with every order free.
This month it is THIS stamp:


We also have a sale going on at this month:
Happy Generational Stamping!


Linking up with:
Stamp Ink Paper - ribbon (the one with the twine)
Papercraft challenges - ribbon  (the one with the twine)
Less is More - monochrome (shades of green - card with the twine)
Grab the Badge




13 comments:

conil said...

Don't you just love green...love this Kaleidoscope pad...like it in blues, as well. Sure did a job on those glorious feathers and love the tip of using the ink residue on the stamp for splatters. See, I knew you were brilliant from the first card of yours that I saw.

Cards by Maaike said...

That's alovely stamp and you used pretty colors for your card, so lovely. the sentiment is very inspiring too

Mac Mable said...

Great generational stamping and such pretty shades from the Kaleidocolor ink pad, which I must remember to use. Thank you for the how to and for the wonderful inspiration x

Vicki Dutcher said...

Those feathers are fabulous withe this gorgeous color combo!

stampwithamyk said...

What a beautiful card! Love the colors and your clean design is perfect! Thanks for joining us at Stamp Ink Paper, hope to see you again soon!

Bobby said...

Both cards are beautiful, Cornelia.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Beautiful feather image and I just love the colors. Two fantastic card designs.

Flo said...

Beide Karten sind wunderschön, wobei mir die mit den beiden Federn nebeneinander noch einen Tick besser gefällt.
Die Farbkombination allein ist schon toll!!!!!
GLG Flo

Kathyk said...

Such fab makes, beautiful image and colours too

Kathyk

Izzy Scrap said...

OMG, Cornelia, I love these bright and fresh green colours ! Two stunning cards with the same stamp, same inks and two lovely techniques. Hard to believe that you used for both card a generational stamping, the ink is so crispy ! I love the pretty detail of the enamels on the first card too. Fabulous inspiration ! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More !

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Vibrant, cheery and delicious in both colour ways. Gorgeous use of your stash and a great take on our monochromatic challenge at Less is More. Thanks so much for playing along with us this week ... it's always a pleasure to see your cards in our gallery x

Anita in France said...

That's such a lovely feather, Cornelia ... and you've shown it off to perfection with this fabulous duo! What a wonderful contrast between the crisp generational stamping and the spritzy version ... they're both gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)

cohenna said...

Beautiful!! Thank you for sharing your card with us at Papercraft Challenges! Happy crafting :)