Day of Gratitude Easy Card Reinker Stamp Pad Technique

Today's card share uses Autumn Spice and Day of Gratitude for a quick thank you card. Don't you just love using this combination? I know it is one of my favorite stamps from the 2010 Holiday mini.

Stampin' Up! Day of Gratitude and Autumn Spice Designer Series Paper Reinker Felt stamp pad technique Jeannine Tarrio October 2010 Holiday Mini?

Step 1: Cut base cardstock Early Expresso 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" and score at 4 1/4", run top portion through Square Lattice Textured Impressions folder.

Step 2: Cut More Mustard 5 1/2"x 2 1/2 and run through the Big Shot using Stampin' Up!'s Square Lattice Folder", adhere to card base at bottom.

Step 3: Cut strip of Autum Spice Designer Series Paper, stamp with Day of Gratitude flower stamp using felt reinker technique and attach to Background centering on card.

Step 4: Stamp medallion from Day of Gratitude using any matching ink (I used my custom inked piece of felt that I used on previous cards) on Very Vanilla cardstock, cut outand attach to center of card using Stampin' Dimensionals.

Step 5: Stamp saying in Early Expresso and layer onto Early Expresso cardstock and attach to lower right hand corner.

That is it!

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Jeannine Tarrio, Manager

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Posted on : Oct 07 2010
Posted under Big Shot, Fall, Faux Spectrum, Thank You, Uncategorized |

3 People have left comments on this post

Mar 25, 2012 - 08:03:34
Naomi said:

Gorgeous card, Jean!  Do you mind telling me how you made the reinker felt piece to get that beautiful multicolored effect on the medallion?  I would LOVE to try that technique!  Thanks!

Mar 25, 2012 - 10:03:57
Jean said:

I took a piece of white felt and used reinkers to place drops of color in random areas. You need to use enough drops to cover the area without over lapping as the ink will spread. So a few tiny bare areas are okay. Be sure the felt is on a piece of plastic so the ink does not wet through to your table. Then use the felt as your ink pad. I got about 40+ images from the pad. Do not reink it, just throgh it away when done or if you only want a couple images, you can save it wrapped up in plastic and use again. If your colors are muddied, you used too much ink/or drops are too close together. HTH Have fun!

Mar 25, 2012 - 01:03:03
Naomi said:

Awesome, thank you!  I will head out and get some white felt and give it a try!  🙂  Happy Spring!


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