I can't get enough whisper white craft ink!!! I bought this when I joined SU and it's sat pretty much untouched. I noticed a card in the SU catalog (pg. 53) that was inked along the edges with it and decided to try it. LOVE IT!!! It's such a soft look on the edges and also gives the illusion of being sanded. I especially love it on Kraft paper. These are my first cards with Kraft and I don't know what took me so long to order it. I decided to show you two cards today since they are really pretty similar. The first one was for Splitcoast's color challenge. I used my blog candy win from Carolina. I inked the daisy's in white and the edges too. I decided to just add a black and pink prima for the color. I threaded the gingham ribbon through the jumbo eyelet and stamped my sentiment. The only problem with the craft ink is it takes forever to dry. I made two other cards while this sat. The sentiment is from the same Gina K set Flowers for Daisy
The second card is my 3x6 card for Courtney's Challenge. I have never made a card this size, it was fun. The problem is I didn't know what size envelope to mail it in so I attached it to a 4x6 piece of Very Vanilla cardstock to umph it up a bit. (sorry I forgot to take a pic) You can see it's pretty much the same as the last except I used Pink Pirouette. I was going to wrap the ribbon around the card and by accident came up with this. I thought it was perfect since this set was designed by Asela Hopkins for here friend Daisy battling cancer. See the pink ribbon looks like the bows everyone wears. Genius I know (but by accident)..LOL!! Don't forget to go check out this set at Gina K. A portion of the sales will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
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Stamps: Flowers For Daisy(GinaK)
Ink: Whisper White, Black
Accesories: Primas, Jumbo Eyelet, Black Gingham Ribbon
Stamps: Flowers For Daisy (GinaK)
Paper: Kraft, Black, Whisper White
Ink: Whisper White, Black, Pink Pirouette
Accesories: Pretty In Pink Ribbon, Staples