More Floating Reinker with Lovely Lattice

Here is another example of the Floating Reinker technique using the Lovely Lattice stamp set from Sale-A-Bration. This time, I have fussy cut the images to create a different design for the card.


  • Stamp an outline image in Versamark on Shimmery White cardstock and heat emboss with Silver Embossing Powder.
  • Use an Aqua Painter or wet paint brush to saturate an area of the embossed flower with water. Add a drop of Lovely Lipstick ink with the Aqua Painter or paint brush and let it spread. If necessary, add more drops, one at a time to spread over the area.
  • Repeat this procedure with all parts of the image, using Call Me Clover ink for the leaves and Pineapple Punch ink for the flower centres.
  • Allow to air dry. Using a heat tool will quicken the process, but make sure the water pools are almost dry first or you will end up spreading the ink all over the art panel.
  • Supplies:
    • Stamp Sets: Lovely Lattice, Climbing Orchid
    • Cardstock: Thick Very Vanilla, Shimmery White, Blueberry Bushel DSP
    • Ink: Versamark, Call Me Clover, Lovely Lipstick, Pineapple Punch, Blueberry Bushel
    • Accessories: Silver Embossing Powder, Rose Trellis Thinlits, Aqua Painter, Dimensionals

… a little decoration for the inside.

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  1. Cant wait to learn how to do this correctly. Cant wait for your video. My attempts are just awful so I am obviously doing something wrong.

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