NEW VIDEO – The Floating Ink Technique

Hi stamping friends and welcome back.  Today I’m sharing a technique I haven’t played with in ages called the Floating Ink Technique and I’m using some new products from Ellen Hutson.


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I’m so excited to share with you that Ellen Hutson has a NEW RELEASE today and I’m playing with this fabulous new Sentiment set called “That Thing You DID”.  It’s a strip sentiment set and in the video, I show you a quick and easy way to stamp them without even taking them off the plastic backing.


Ellen Hutson the Floating Ink Technique

For my FLOATING INK TECHNIQUE I used another beautiful stamp/die set from Ellen, the Mondo Chrysanthemum set.  This flower set is absolutely PERFECT for this technique as you will see.

Ellen Hutson the Floating Ink Technique

I started by white heat embossing the images and I show you how I masked them, so the leaves are tucked under the flower.

Ellen Hutson the Floating Ink Technique

Then I used the Altenew Winter Wonderland Watercolor Brush Markers to do my technique.  The pens have beautiful deep vivid colors.

Ellen Hutson the Floating Ink Technique

Here is the video for today’s projects.  I hope you enjoy it and will give it a try.  I have listed all the products I used in the video below, simply click on the images for a larger view and to shop.

Don’t forget to hop on over to Ellen’s Site to Check out all the new products available starting today.

Thanks so much for visiting me today and I hope you enjoyed the project.  I’ve listed the products I used below.  Clicking on the image will take you directly to the product.  Where available I use compensated affiliate links which means if you make a purchase through my link, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  Thank you so very much for your support, it helps to keep my blog and YouTube channel running and I truly appreciate it.



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6 thoughts on “NEW VIDEO – The Floating Ink Technique”

    1. Thank you Kristi, it works great with reinkers, but make sure you dilute them a bit first. That’s what I used when I first did this technique about 6 years ago.

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