Layering stamps have become so popular…I finally decided to try an idea I had!
Most folks I’ve seen using these have stamped with different colors of dye inks or pigment inks…I can’t do that since I don’t collect all the colors in those kinds of inks. I focus so much on coloring, that it’s not worth it to me to buy and have to store all those. I wondered if it’d work with distress inks, though, and would I be able to move some of the color with water too. I liked it!
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
Not only are there flamingoes – but tons of others too. See the list in the description to get you started – try them with distress inks or water based markers, too, and tag me on instagram if you get them to work too!
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- Hero Arts Color Flamingo Layering Stamps
- Canson XL Paper: EH – BLICK
- Silver Brush Black Velvet Round #8: EH • BLICK – AMZ
- Mini MISTI Stamping Tool, My Sweet Petunia
- Distress Inks — Spun Sugar Worn Lipstick Festive Berries Peeled Paint Salty Ocean Tumbled Glass Ranger
- Distress Markers (no longer available) Black Soot Peeled Paint Salty Ocean