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Video: Multi-Inking – Teacher Cards

Hello! Today I have an example of “stretching your stamps”… by taking flower images and turning them into apples! I also show how to do easy multi-inking on these simple teacher cards.

[All supplies are linked in the thumbnails at the end of this post. Click HERE to watch the video in HD on YouTube.]

Yes… I am back with more teacher cards! (And YES – I spoil teachers rotten. They deserve it!) I was digging through my stamps looking for the perfect apple when I found this gorgeous set:

I instantly decided I would “stretch my stamps” and turn those adorable layered flowers into apples. They were so very easy to make, so I made several…

I added the apples to a notecard stamped with the works-with-anything stripe background stamp. I also white heat embossed the fun “thanks” message on a Lil Inker diagonal die cut piece. And – of course – added a tiny little heart

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42 thoughts on “Video: Multi-Inking – Teacher Cards”

  1. OMG Jennifer, you are so brilliant now to start looking at my stamp sets in a whole different way , wow that was thee coolest video.. Bam seven cards that fast !!! Love that diagonal die .. That rocked.. A must have ,for sure .. Your top in my books on these videos ..I’ve been following you for so long and you haven’t aged a day ..just having another of those beautiful babies. Which she growing up faster than girls and Collin , my goodness .. But it’s been a long lot of years .. My all time favorite .. Is a ribbon pull card you did in like ?? 2000?? Maybe ..this one is brilliant too.. You’re such an inspiration too our craft . God bless you and your lovely family .. My stamping Muze ..Yours in ink , Anne
    Hey pull that Shari Carroll in a video too she rocks too …

  2. Thanks as always for other ways to use stamps. today is my birthday and it’s a nice end to the day looking at your blog! Thanks for the inspiration of turning the flower into an apple–love it!

  3. CLEVER way to stretch our stamps – your apples have given me ANOTHER reason for why I MUST get this flower stamp set!!!
    As always, FABULOUS stamping, FABULOUS card design and FABULOUS tutorial => THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION Jennifer πŸ™‚

  4. Great video Jennifer! I love the idea of taking a stamp meant for one thing and stamping it for an entirely different use!

  5. Jennifer I forgot to ask..did you do a video about the difference between Prisma premier and Spectrum Noir pencils..?
    Or do you know the differnece between them and which one would you advise?

  6. Thanks, Jennifer for sharing your ingenious way of seeing beyond the obvious and helping us STRETCH our stamps! PS I am loving stretch your stamps 2 class!

  7. I’ve already commented on this video, but I just have to say again how much I enjoyed it. Seeing apples in the flower stamp….pure genius.

  8. Love this stretching your supplies video!! I don’t have this stamp set, but will now look at what I do have with fresh eyes! Thank so much Jennifer!

  9. Love that diagonal die! Now I am wishing I had dies that have the stitched edging – it has such a wonderful finishing touch! Now off to look at my stamps and see the different possibilities – maybe that might help with the urge to shop!

  10. I loved the way you took a stamp and made it into something else. I learn so much from your videos and really appreciate your taking the time to instruct us. Thank you Jennifer.

  11. I just love the elegant look of this card. This is such a creative way to use stamp sets, you are very inspiring. Just look at what you have and find new ways to use that. Also love love love the soft inks from hero arts, so pretty. Thanks for sharing. <3

  12. I have this stamp set and never thought to make apples out of the flowers – am now off to try it!! Thanks so much for showing me a new and different way to use a stamp I own!

  13. Jennifer, I love you videos and watch many of them over several times and each time I learn something new. In fact, you are my favorite youtube artist. The problem I have is that when I follow the links for supplies they are always out of stock at Simon Says Stamp. I would prefer to purchase there but have trouble doing that. I have to go to other sites to purchase.

    Could you please encourage them to carry a little more inventory so that so many of us do not have to go to other places to purchase? I am spending my money in relation to your videos. Unfortunately, I am not spending it at SSS.

    Thanks so much for your time.

  14. I had to cut a diagonal on a card and this die would have made my live SO MUCH EASIER. Love what you did here. I have the downloads from last year to work with yet again. Thanks for all you do.

  15. I just read Charlotte Porter’s comments, and I agree – SSS should carry a better inventory, especially if they know you will be featuring their product. I tried to order many times and everything’s been out of stock.

  16. After “Two Peas” shut down I was so depressed-I looked all over the internet for a scrapbooking pick-me-up and found you! I remember reading your articles in “Creating Keepsakes” long ago, often ripping out and saving pages BP (Before Pinterest;) So glad to have found you and your amazing videos. Thanks for all the positive teacher shout outs! I teach first grade and I wish your kids were in my class!!!

  17. Thanks for showing us how to stretch the stamp! The same stamp would also make a great strawberry with the dots on the right for the seeds.

  18. Only a few comments on this CUTE card! Love how you re-purposed the blossoms as apples. All the other simple, graphic aspects of this card are perfect, too (stripes, diagonal sentiment strip). I no longer have kids in school, but I’m sure I can use this idea somehow…

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