Ink It! Stamp It! Design Team Blog Hop - Techniques

I only recently came across the Black Ice technique and was so gobsmacked by it I just HAD to learn it and share it with you in this month's Ink It! Stamp It! Design Team blog hop on techniques.  

This technique uses Basic Black Archival Ink and then Versamark and clear embossing powder on Silver Foil to achieve this look.  It's quite spectacular!

It's a technique that is more easily shown than explained so I am going to follow up with a video for you.  Edit: The video is now live.  You can see it below:

If you have a Facebook account you will be able to see the video live at 7.30pm AEST (Melbourne time) on Tuesday 24th April when I do my weekly Tuesday Tutorial on my Facebook page (click here).  If not, don't worry, you'll be able to see it on YouTube when I upload it there so make sure you are following me (click here).

Blog hop line up:

Super big thanks to Melissa Kerman for this card design.
 Happy crafting, 


It's time to say farewell to some much loved products to make way for the new catalogue.  So don't if you have had your eye on something for a while and haven't got around to getting it, now's your last chance if it's on one of these lists.  Although they will be available until 31 May this is ONLY if stocks of that product last, and I can tell you that some of these things aren't going to last the week!  So don't put it off any longer, snap those items up.

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  1. Beautiufl! I am new to this technique adnd have only tried it once. I love your projects Fiona x

  2. Ohh wow I've never tried that before - love the look!

  3. Gorgeous cards Fiona.....I so need to have a crack at this technique.....Where is my To Do List??

  4. Wow, amazing cards Fiona. I haven't tried this technique, but I really need to now. TFS!


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