Saturday, April 7, 2012

Coloring Easer Eggs With Stampin' Up! Ink Refills

Last night, two of our granddaughters, Hannah and Olivia Fee and our oldest daughter Pam and I colored Easter Eggs.
We used the regular egg coloring but after the eggs were colored we added our own ideas using Stampin' Up! Ink Refills, and the negative from Stampin' Up! Punches and Dies.



We used the Bird Builder punch negative on the orange and turquoise eggs. The egg on the left, I used a Paper Doily Die cut out and sponged Baja Breeze ink on the eggs. The yellow egg with purple dots came about when I used a Qtip and applied Elegant Eggplant ink. The two bunnies were made by our granddaughter Sarah Sward.

More eggs decorated using the Paper Doily Die and the center egg was made using the negative from the Butterfly punch.
More swirled eggs. The egg on the right was made by just a couple of drops of Ink then spread out to make this interesting formation.

Aren't these cool! Here we used Stampin' Up! Color Spritzer Tool and then we put a few drops of Ink Refill in a paper bowl and swirled the egg around.

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