Welcome to our blog post on the mesmerizing Blackberry Bliss Ink! In this tutorial, we will explore the vibrant beauty and versatility of this stunning ink color. Whether you’re a seasoned card maker or a beginner, this tutorial will inspire you to create unique and heartfelt greeting cards that are sure to make a lasting impression.
Welcome to the Art With Heart Blackberry Bliss Colour Creations Blog Hop. We are thrilled to have you join us today. Our hop features some of your favorite Art With Heart Team Members sharing projects made with Stampin’ Up! products. In fact, you may have just come from fellow creative Di Furniss blog.
I am joining in with the Art With Heart Team’s Colour Creations Blog Hop with this beautiful birthday card. Click here to see another beautiful Blackberry Bliss card using a different colour combination.
Getting to know Blackberry Bliss ink
The Blackberry Bliss colour is from Stampin’ Ups!® Neutral colour family, having recently moved from the Regals collection during the Stampin’ Up! colour refresh. For some this came as a surprise due to its deep, rich colour, but I can see how being a neutral makes sense because of its ability to add depth and dimension to your card.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to creating an eye-catching birthday card that is too special to throw away.
What You Need
- Stamps/Bundles: Sentimental Park, Petal Park
- Inks: Blackberry Bliss ink pad & refill, Old Olive ink pad
- Paper: Basic White
- Other: Water painters, multipurpose glue, Stampin’ dimensionals
Creating a beautiful background
Add a drop of Blackberry Bliss ink to an acrylic stamping block. Pick up some of the ink with a water painter and then tap a splatter background onto the thick Basic White card base.
Stamp leaves in Old Olive ink across the top middle section and again along the bottom middle section.
Stamp the large leaf image in Old Olive onto scrap Basic White card stock.
Adhere a piece of Basic White card stock that has torn edges for added interest.
Stamping and Embellishing with Blackberry Bliss
Stamp the flower cluster outline in Blackberry Bliss in the space of the large leaf image. Using second generation stamping, stamp the petals. Repeat to create a couple of extra flowers to adhere for dimension.
Fussy cut the leaf and flower images.
Sentiments and finishing touches
Stamp Happy Birthday in Blackberry Bliss on the torn paper strip.
Adhere the fussy cut leaf and flower image with Stampin’ Dimensionals to the card front.
Fill some of the white space with more flowers using multipurpose glue.
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Inspiration and Ideas
The Art With Heart Team is showcasing a gallery of stunning card designs, tips and tricks using this beautiful ink. Next up to inspire you to create your own unique designs is Christina Barnes.
If the next button link is not working or you’d like to see the entire list of participants go to Cathy Proctor’s blog.
Blackberry Bliss Ink is a colour that truly captivates the senses. Its deep, rich tones can transform any card into a work of art. By following this tutorial, you’ll unlock the endless possibilities of this vibrant ink and create greeting cards that will leave a lasting impression on your loved ones. So, grab your supplies, unleash your creativity, and let the beauty of Blackberry Bliss Ink inspire your next papercraft masterpiece!
Remember to have fun and enjoy the process of creating with this captivating ink colour. Happy card making!