Ink Blended Card with MFT Stamps

Hello! 🙂

I hope your New Year is off to a good start!

Today I am quickly dropping in with an ink blended card that I made yesterday! Aqua and lime green is a color combo that I find so fresh and beautiful everytime I see it on handmade cards but I don’t use it often enough myself. So when I saw the latest MFT Color Challenge (see banner down below) I knew I wanted to play along. For my design I got inspired by the current “CASE this sketch” sketch which I found super cool.

For my background I used My Favorite Things “Homespun Stitch Lines Die-namics” and then I did some ink blending over it with a light mint, aqua/turquoise and lime green ink. I also added splatters with those inks for some texture.


ink blended card with mft stampsFor the focal point I used three die-cut pieces from My Favorite Things “Layered Leaves Die-namics” and “Fab Foliage Die-namics”. Lastly I added my small German sentiment saying “lots of love” on a banner that I had die cut from kraft paper.

Have an amazing week! ♥


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Challenge links:


case this sketch card challenge cts_304


Stamps & dies:

My Favorite Things – Homespun Stitch Lines Die-namics
My Favorite Things – Layered Leaves Die-namics
My Favorite Things – Fab Foliage Die-namics
My Favorite Things – Blueprint 28 Die-namics (banner)
Create A Smile Stamps – Grüße XS


Neenah Solar White (Classic Crest) – 110 lb and 80 lb
Darice – Kraft Paper


Versafine – Onyx Black Ink
Ranger / Tim Holtz – Distress Ink (Twisted Citron)
Lawn Fawn –  Minty Fresh, Peacock Ink Pads

Other supplies:

Picket Fence Studio – Life Changing Blending Brush
Scotch – Foam Mounting Tape
No. 2 Round Watercolor Brush

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