Marker Inking with the Corner Bouquet Sale-a-bration stamp set

Inking stamps with markers can be done for several good reasons. First, it gives a softer image for an almost water color look. Second, it allows an image to be colored with multiple colors all in one step before stamping Third, markers take up less space than ink pads and are cheaper. A pack of markers allows you to stretch your color options without taking up lots of space or money.

Colors used one these flowers are: Pear Pizzazz, Coastal Cabana, Flirty Flamingo, and Mango Melody. Greeting is done with Mossy Meadow.

Close Up of Marker Inking

To see how quick and easy this technique is, watch my Marker Stamping with the Corner Bouquet Tutorial.

On my first try creating this card, I stamped my image too high. To ‘fix’ my mistake, I tied a Mossy Meadow Linen Trim Bow across the blank space. As I’m looking at the card now, I think I should have moved the bow to the other side to make it look like it was holding the bouquet together, lol. Next time!

Inside View

I’ve added a second Corner Bouquet, the smaller image from the set, to the inside corner of the card using the same colors.


The Corner Bouquet stamp set is in the Sale-a-bration catalog, which means that you can get it for FREE with a qualifying order. Place an order for $50 and choose an item from the Sale-a-bration catalog. Be sure to place your order soon, Sale-a-bration ends on February 28.

The designer paper that I have used on this card is the new patterns which will be available in the next annual catalog. If you want to get it right now, purchase a Starter Kit and get it plus 4 others free with the kit. Check it out HERE, it’s an awesome deal!

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