Multi Color Ink Pads plus GIVEAWAY

Hello. Today I’m sharing a few cards using multi color ink pads along with an inlaid die-cutting technique. 
For the first two cards, I used THIS stamp set along with THESE coordinating dies. I created a stitched border around the edge of the black cardstock using THIS die. I die-cut the word from the center of the black cardstock and from a piece of white cardstock. I applied the ink straight from the pad on top of the white die-cut, moving it back and forth slightly to get the colors to blend. Leaving the die in the negative space makes this step easier and prevents the die from shifting.
After it was dry, I adhered it into place on the black cardstock panel. I heat embossed a sentiment from the stamp set in white and added an epoxy heart for a finishing touch. I also used the same ink pad and THIS mini hearts background stamp to create a colorful, coordinating background. 

A closer look…

I also want to share another example of this technique using THIS Ombre Ink pad from Hero Arts. I used it to add color to the word “Love“…

 I finished off this card using THIS stamp set for a coordinating sentiment and THESE enamel hearts.

I hope this inspires you to break out your multi color ink pads to create some fast coloring! Now how about a Giveaway!?


I have THIS Ombre Ink Pad by Hero Arts to giveaway. To be entered, just leave a comment below telling me your favorite card from today’s post. You have until March 3rd at midnight EST to enter into the drawing. Good Luck! 



  1. Mahi Raza
    March 16, 2016

    The quality of handmade cards is amazing and flawless and the designing is superb keep it up but you should check this also.

  2. Brenda
    March 3, 2016

    All of them are beautiful but the green and blue is my favorite 🙂

  3. byulgzr
    March 1, 2016

    Love that "Love you" card. 🙂 The die-cut inlay is beautiful! 🙂

  4. Valerie Doyle
    February 27, 2016

    Very pretty cards!

  5. Donna
    February 27, 2016

    Gorgeous cards. I love the idea of being able to stamp in a variety of colors or a a range of one color. Beautiful and I love it.

  6. Suzanne Geyer
    February 26, 2016

    I love the blue /green card the best. I have been thinking of trying the ink. This convinced me to try it. Love the first card.


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