Using White Pigment ink on your BetterPress Plates

Tuesday, February 20, 2024

Hello friends. So, Spellbinders came out with a collection of two press plates, in their Press & Place Registration collection. My card today features the beautiful Blooming Garden press plate from this collection. These plates are brilliant because with the template that is provided, you can create a colorful background like this with multiple colors. The template assures that you line up each of the press plates in just the right spot. 

I love this set so much that I will have two more cards featuring it coming up in a few days so stay tuned for those.

For this card, I wanted to ink up all the plates from the Blooming Garden set with white pigment ink. I still used the placement and alignment guide, but everything was done with the white ink onto black card stock. So, this doesn't really have must texture to it but it's a great way to stretch your supplies and get a totally different look. After my panel was complete, I die cut using a large circle die and then added it to a piece of white card stock that I had embossed using the February 2024 embossing folder club kit. This was then added to a piece of black card stock which was added to a white A2 notecard.

The sentiment is from the Always and Forever Sentiment Strips press plate and die set. Like I did with the focal image, I used the white pigment ink to ink it up onto black card stock.

I hope you have a wonderful day. Thanks for your visit and crafty hugs! ~ Alanna 
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1 comment :

Jeanne said...

Beautiful!! Thanks so much for sharing!


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