It’s A Sneak Peek Blog Hop


Hi!  Welcome to the Team Stamp It Group Blog Hop!  I hope you are enjoying these early peeks at projects made with products from the Occasions and Sale-A-Bration catalog!

My project today features the Rose Wonder stamp set.  I was so happy to see this set because it is perfect for the Reinker Splash technique.


If you haven’t tried it yet, here is what you do:

  1. Ink your stamp in Versamark ink (or White Craft Ink) and stamp on Shimmery White card stock.
  2. Heat emboss with Clear Embossing Powder.
  3. Place drops of ink from your reinker on the inside lid of your stamp pad.
  4. Spritz water over your image – enough to make it pool.
  5. Using an Aquapainter, pick up the ink and apply it to the pools of water.  The ink will spread in the water.  You can add more ink for a darker look.
  6. Let dry completely – maybe about 30 minutes.

For this card, I only used 2 colors of ink – Rose Red and Old Olive.  Love the variegated look I achieved.  I then hand cut the flower and to give it a puffy look, traced over the embossed lines with my stylus on my piercing mat, flipped the flower over to the back, then ran the stylus in between the lines.  Here is a closer look at the flower:


I also didn’t have any Old Olive Ribbon that worked for my card, so I used a sponge dauber to add color to the White Organza ribbon.

Want to win some new product from the Occasions catalog?  Simply leave a comment below with #stampitcontest in it.  Tami is giving away this bundle:


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85 thoughts on “It’s A Sneak Peek Blog Hop”

  1. #stampitcontest Your rose is beautiful. Loved the colors on your card. Love using Old Olive. Must be my color!! ha!. I have so many flower stamps that I didn’t think I needed another one, but I may have to rethink that after seeing your version of the stamp.

  2. #stampitcontest

    I love how this card looks. Can’t wait to try the technique. Looks beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Beautiful card! Thanks for sharing instructions for the reindeer splash technique! I’m going to have to try that!

  4. #stampitcontest Did not know this technique, Beautiful, thank you will have to do this when I get the Rose Wonder Photopolymer Bundle – 140804

  5. Of course, I don’t have these products yet, but can hardly wait to get them. Your card looks amazing. It’s almost as if the flower is real. It’s so stunning. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Wow, what a pretty card! Reminds me of my husband’s rose garden that we had in Houston! thanks for the memories. #stampitcontest

  7. I just love this card. It is gorgeous. Thanks for the explanation on how to color the rose. #stampitcontest

  8. Your card is beautiful. It can be used for so many occasions. Thanks for your creativity.

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