Thursday, October 8, 2009

More Color Blocking Examples

Several people have asked for additional pattern design ideas on how to use the basic color blocking technique. As promised, here you go :)

Double inked (ink one line then flip the mask over and ink the 2nd side).

Inks used: Broken China, Shabby Shutters

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Double Inked Monochromatic

Inks: Shabby Shutters, Pine Needles

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Multi-Color Single sided inked lines.

Inks: Fired Brick, Concord Grape, Shabby Shutters

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Went a little wild with this one ;)

Inks: Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade

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Angie wanted to see how to stamp images into smaller spaces (not just corners)...

Here you go :)

Place the masks along the edges of your inked lines.

You'll need as many mask papers as you have lines.

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Remove masks....

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and here is a totally stamped piece....

You of course don't have to stamp each and every cell, I just did so to show what it would look like if you did :)

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So there you go...

several more ideas to get your creative muse revved up!

Tomorrow I'm going to share another alternative for plain old color blocking ;)

Tune in then!!


  1. That looks awesome Roni! The paper looks like it is folded in some way. Love the effect!

  2. Looking forward to tomorrow's post. Love all the ones so far.

  3. Love it! This is such a great way to use all those grab bag eclectic stamp images I've collected over the years!


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