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Using the Misti to stamp a patterned background. Mini Misti giveaway too! Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2016/05/misti-may-nia/

Today’s post is part of a fun giveaway – during the month of May, My Sweet Petunia (the creators of the MISTI), are giving away a free Mini MISTI every day! Today is my turn for the giveaway and you will find all the details below :D All supplies are linked at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links used.

Using the Misti to stamp a patterned background. Mini Misti giveaway too! Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2016/05/misti-may-nia/

I used the Misti and the new Simon Says Stamp black pigment ink on Arches watercolor card to stamp a pattern from images in the Sketch Ranunculus set and have to say the ink pad is so juicy the images stamped like a dream! When the ink was fully dry (I dried it off with a heat tool to make sure) I then watercolored the panel before cutting it with a Stitched Rectangle and foam mounting it on a Desert Storm card base.

Using the Misti to stamp a patterned background. Mini Misti giveaway too! Find out more by clicking on the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2016/05/misti-may-nia/

For the sentiment I cut the Painted Friend  die from teal card and foam mounted it on a strip of Cream card overlaid with a little Silver vellum (so dreamy!). I also stamped one of the accompanying sentiments from the Sketch Ranunculus set with Clear Embossing Ink on Black card and white heat embossed before trimming out and adhering it to nestle above the friend die cut.

GIVEAWAY

The MISTI has changed stamping for me totally! I used to be cautious about stamping a sentiment on a colored panel in case I messed up, creating a patterned background was a daunting task and stamping on textured surfaces such as watercolor card was tricky to put it mildly. Since purchasing the MISTI I can stamp an image multiple times to get really good black outlines, even on textured surfaces and stamping a pattern is easy by keeping the stamp in place and simply moving the card stock around. Mis-stamped images and sentiments are a thing of the past! I only promote products I use and love and so I was delighted when Iliana asked if I would take part in MISTI May-nia.

MISTI May-nia

Here is the list of blogs so far that have offered a chance to win a free Mini MISTI :D

May 01 – My Sweet Petunia
May 01 – Ilina Crouse
May 02 – Lydia Fiedler
May 02 – Virginia Lu
May 03 – Jana Millen
May 04 – Carissa Wiley
May 05 – Maureen Wong
May 05 – Simon Hurley
May 06 – Laurel Beard
May 06 – Catherine Pooler
May 07 – Laura Sterckx
May 07- My Favorite Things
May 08- Laura Bassen
May 09 – Jeanne Streiff
May 10 – Lawn Lawn
May 11 – Darlene DeVries
May 12 – Crafters’ Corner
May 13 – Pat Huntoon
May 14 – Sally Lynn MacDonald
May 15 – Avery Elle
May 16 – Simon Says Stamp
May 17 – Altenew
May 18 – Concord & 9th
May 19 – Stephanie Klauck
May 20 – Hero Arts

Leave me a comment below by Wednesday 25th May 11.59pm EST and I will pick a winner to receive a mini MISTI on Thursday :D

SUPPLIES

You can find links to the supplies I’ve used below; click on the picture or wording to get taken directly to the product. Where available I use compensated affiliate links which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. You can read my affiliate and product disclosure here. I truly appreciate your support.

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