Articles, Blog Center Ink Blending with Stencils December 29, 2019 82 Comments artscardcard makingcardmakingcat cardcenter blendingcopicCopic coloringcopic markerscopicscraftsdistress ink blendingdiydog cardgreeting cardhandmadehandmade cardhandmade cardshomemadehow toHow To MakeInk Blendingkristina wernerkwernerdesignpaper craftingpaper craftsstampsstarofmaystencil blendingtutorial Previous Post Next Post You may also like July 3, 2019 MY TATTOO MADE ME SICK || STORYTIME August 11, 2019 Man Got Other Woman Pregnant While Girlfriend Was Pregnant (Full Episode) | Paternity Court June 4, 2019 Maori Tattoo Design Ideas 82 Comments Wow, Kristina! These cards and envies are SO gorgeous! I love this idea! Reply Always love your cards, but absolutely smitten with everything you do with envelopes, especially the addressing videos! I even got a stamp storage book like yours. Can you share your source for vintage stamp purchases please and thanks! Reply 😍😍😍😍 Reply Beautiful as always Reply BEAUTIFUL!!!! Reply Seriously adorable and the matching envelopes are such a great touch. You’re frickin’ awesome. 🤩 Reply Love your coloring. And I love your cards. They're beautiful Reply I was missing your copics tutorials Reply You make it all look so easy. I love your videos with your beautiful, calming voice. Your cards are always wonderful and I have learned a lot from you. Thank you for all the time and effort you put into your instructional videos! Reply These are darling cards and envelopes! I have also started making envelopes when I am making the cards so they are ready to go! Thanks Kristina! Reply İ love it 😘 (turkey) Reply These are so stinking cute and yes, having them done this far is half the battle. I find its when I don't have it finished on the inside or maybe the envelope needs to be made. That's when I need one quick and don't have the time to finish it before mailing. Reply So cute! Love these stamps! I also love the idea of using the stencil on the envelope – it looks so nice! Reply Love how you matched the pattern to the envelope. Reply Love when you do a matching envelope. Thank you for always inspiring. Reply This is going to sound weird but I so appreciate your inclusiveness.. your creativity goes without saying… it's always breathtaking. Reply I love to see the matching envelopes. Reply How are Sophie and Daphne? Reply Oh! Your colouring is very cute. 😄🤗😍😗 Reply I really enjoyed the small area stenciling and the stenciling of the envelopes too. Reply I like seeing the envelopes too! Reply So original … cool techniques! TFS! Reply I saw someone on FB selling a huge bag of vintage stamps for $50 and I thought of you. I really love the colors you used for each of the cards! Reply Adorable Reply Great cards! Love the colors too. Thanks for an awesome sharing and have a great weekend. Reply very very CUTE Reply I thought that said, 'thanks for lending a pair'. LOL! Reply Cute and sweet cards! Reply Aww, that's a cute idea! Looks lovely! Reply Such cute lil stamps. I AM surprised you haven't used them before now especially the kitty one. Love the way you colored them and offered detailing how to use the markers for certain detailing. I am so so thankful for that Kristina ❤❤❤ Reply You are amazballs, love watching. So much talent, you give me so much inspiration ❤️ Reply LOVE having the coordinating envelopes! Reply Love the stencil work…great layers of colors! Reply MA RA VI LLO SO!!!!! Reply Kristina can i ask why you would use the blending tools over ink blending brushes, just curious. Reply How cute are those girls and pets. Love the touch of color behind each one. I always decorate my envelopes too. Seems to bring it all together. TFS! Reply So stinkin cute Kristina and I love the coordinating envelopes too…TFS! Reply Love the matching envelopes. Such a nice touch Reply Adorable cards, tfs.😊 Reply Adorable cards. TFS Reply LOVE that you do the envelope too!! You are amazing! Reply Beautiful cards! Thank you for the coloring tutorial. Reply Awwwww, how cute. Cool idea for all of our tiny stamps. Thank you again for sharing with us. I love your work! Reply Lovely as always. So darn CUTE! I have been to the etsy shops looking for stamps and before you know it, i had collected myself $200 worth! Shopping cart still open, i have to figure that one out. But to receive those cards with envelopes that look as put together as the card is totally worth it. Reply I love these backgrounds Kristina! Thank you for sharing them! Reply I really like a simple envelope finish that matches the card inside. Thanks for sharing those. I hope you'll continue to do them. I've been sending simple little pun cards to my 4 year old grandson. This small stencil background will be perfect for them. Reply Kristina – I notice you added a ‘forever’ stamp with another stamp on one of the envelopes. Is that because you liked how they looked or did you need more postage? I am wondering how you decide how much postage you need. Thanks. Reply Nice! Love the coloring. Great technique. Thanks for sharing. Reply Lovely cards Kristina. Great technique. I love the matching envelopes and coloured stamps 💕 Reply So stinkin’ cute!!! Loved all the coloring & the color combos you used; thanks for sharing your time and talent with us! Blessings & Hugs!!! Reply So cute, and I like the added stencil work on the envelopes! Very creative! Thanks for your inspiration. Reply This is such a nice looking blending via stencils. Thanks so much for sharing. Reply Thanks for continuing to educate this old gal! One of these days, I'm going to invest in copics, and I'll be ready becuz of you! Reply Great technique! Reply Loved the visual eye catching simplicity of the centre blending with stencils. And carrying it over to to envelopes looked brilliant great work! Oh to remember these techniques!! Hugs from winters Downunder. 😆😊❤️🙏🏻 Reply Super cute cards😉! I'm really loving the simple stencil techniques. The addition of the matching envelopes are really the bomb! Very useful tutorial for me today, as I have a lot of cards to make-and woke up with a blank mind! Not anymore! TFS, bigtime ❤ Ali K. Reply Love getting new ideas for using stencils! Thank you! P.S. I went to the DNA shop in Bermuda on Wednesday but they were late opening and I couldn’t stick around. I was so disappointed because I loved what I saw during your live post on FB. Bermuda was awesome though!😊 Reply Loving those cards. The greeting farms has so many adorable stamps 😉 Reply Love them Reply Very inspiring as always Kristina!😍 Reply Great tips & cards Reply simple yet sweet!! Reply thank you Reply Loved these ideas! Thanks for sharing. =) Reply Very cute. I love the stencil over the blending. Where do you buy your vintage stamps? I think they are so fun and would be a great addition to all the birthday cards I send to my nieces and nephews. Thanks Kristina, your cards are always inspiring. Reply Beautiful Kristina, especially the coordinating envelopes! Reply l love this cards Reply Great video! I never thought of using a stencil on the envelope. Fantastic idea. Love ❤️ your videos Reply I have been decorating my envelopes because you have motivated me to do that!!! Thank you so much for the inspiration, Kristina!These are such adorable cards! ❤️ Reply I love that you customize the envelopes to the cards. Such a great and thoughtful touch. 💕 Reply These cards are absolutely adorable as so many of your cards are. I bet you couldn’t make a ho hum card if you tried. Your unique touches blow me away & make watching your videos that much more interesting to watch & sometimes watch again. Thank you for all your inspiration. Makes me want to jump up & dig out my supplies or order the things you used. BIG HUGS !!🤗🤗🤗❤️❤️❤️👍👍👍 Reply Love this technique! Can't wait to try it with my stencils! Reply Awww, that stamp set is perfect for you! As always, so pretty! Reply Love the matching envelopes! Reply Can you do this with regular markers? Reply You are honestly so talented 💖 Reply fantastic… excuse me i didn't understand. the pens you use are called copyc coloring?and where can i buy it and costs?thanks a lot in advance Reply Love love love as usual! Reply Super cute cards and such a fun technique! I definitely want to give it a try 🙂 And I love the coordinating envelopes you created too! Reply Being a guy I seem to be a bit of a rarity in the comment section of this type of video. Regardless, let me tell you that I thoroughly enjoyed it. I have no idea how I landed here, though, but I started off with some videos about Sketchnoting. Initially I just wanted something to spruce up my note taking. Then somehow a bunch of PITT markers and a sketchbook materialized in my bag. Then I started looking at Copic markers. I think we all know where this is going, so here we are. The plot twist here is: I couldn’t really draw properly if my life depended on it. But I can do some doodles. I suck at crafting, as I seem to have two left hands (or, if you are a leftie: two right hands). I know my way around cameras, though. I know, I‘m a weirdo. What the heck am I doing here – I don’t belong here. I think. Anyhoo, thanks again for making this video! Reply You make you work look so easy. You are always an inspiration to me. Both cards are adorable and your friend will love the one you send to her. Reply So cute!!!! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.