Today was my first Halloween with Sizzix. I wasn't sure what exactly to expect, I mean, this is a crafting company, with so many unique and awesome people, I wasn't sure what I was in for today when I got to work. I wasn't only impressed, I was left amazed. We had some of the most amazing costumes I've ever seen along with pumpkin carving I didn't even know was possible! (To check out those awesome pictures, head over to our Instagram. I promise, it's worth the look-see) My favorite though, was Jen Long's costume. She came in today as Audrey Hepburn from Breakfast at Tiffany's (honestly, it suits her so well, don't you think?) We decided today that since I got such a wonderful reaction to Wednesday's blog post over the tips and tricks she taught me, that we should do a video to show all of you! We made sure to add a few more techniques to add to your crafting with Inksheets arsenal as well, so, without further ado, let's jump into our Inksheet tutorial!
I'm still finding myself in absolute shock and amazement. How cool is this?! There's so much versatility to Inksheets and how you use them, from using them with Thinlits for a stamp-like effect, to using an embossing or debossing folder. The transfer effect with the bone folder to create an aged, antiqued effect is really cool and Jen went right back to transferring her ink after we were done filming. I'm kind of excited to see what she ends up making with that. But honestly, out of everything I've learned this week, the adhesive sheet trick had to be my absolute favorite technique that I've learned thus far with Inksheets. I love stickers and now, it would seem, I like ink (or at least this version of ink). So putting the two together just makes me a happy crafter in learning.
Thank you all so much for joining me this week on learning about Inksheets. I had a lot of fun learning, and I hope that I passed that on to you as well. I do want to ask: what was the one thing you learned this week about Inksheets that stood out to you?