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With the introduction of our Hybrid Ink a couple of months ago, a whole new world of stamping techniques opened up. This month, we’ve challenged our team of talented designers to blow us away with ink techniques featuring the rainbow of colors our hybrid line offers.
Be sure to check out the MFT Blog for a list of all the designers who have a project to share with you today.
Since the new hybrid ink is waterproof, it's a natural for mixed media projects, so that's what I have for you today. This tote scene was made with nothing but gesso to prep the canvas and MFT Hybrid inks. And some stencils and stamp sets, of course Please check out my blog for all the details.
With MFT's Hybrid inks being permanent and drying quickly, they are a great way to color some surfaces you normally can't with dye inks ... such as tile and vellum! I have samples of using the inks both of these ways, with complete instructions and color variations on my blog today: PaperFections. Thanks for looking!
I love sittin' and sippin' in the sun, so I've used MFT's Hybrid Ink Pads to create a set of colorful drink coasters to jazz up the party. Visit my blog for detailed views of each coaster - Ink About Me.
I had some fun getting inky with our new Hybrid inks. For my first card I created a fun background with the vibrant Hybrid inks. On the second card, I stamped onto canvas. You can find all the details on my new blog KreativeJewels2.com