Thursday 11 August 2022

How to add multiple colours to a stamped image.

Using the Painted Pheasant stamp set

Join me as I make a simple card using the Painted Phesant stamp set from Stampin' Up! to create this thank you card.

Although we traditionally see pheasant imges on Christmas cards of course, here in the UK it is August and there are plenty of pheasants out in the fields around us in Brackley.

So I thought I would use this sweet stamp set to create a thank you card. As you can see, it has multiple colours - hopefully fairly representative of a male pheasant. I did Google an image to help me choose the colours.



To create this card, I used our Stamparatus, with the pheasant image on it, and inked up the stamp with our Stampin' Write marker pens. These are water based pens that contain a similar ink to that in our ink pads and are available in our colour families and our In Colours.

You can see the full details in the video below:

I used the wider brush end of the pen and added ink to the stamp, and then stamped onto our base layer, repeating and adding colour as required.

I used Shimmer White card for the stamped image, and layered this onto one of our Kraft Notecards and Envelopes. These come as a pack of 20 cards, complete with envelopes and a flat packed box you can use to gift or store your cards in.

The main items I used are listed below. If you have ANY questions or queries, please don't hesitate to comment or email me at

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