Welcome to ALTENEW INKY PIGMENT INKS BLOG HOP + GIVEAWAY. You are arriving from Altenew Card blog. You can find the list of all the participant at the bottom of this post for your convenience.
Today, we are celebrating, probably, my favorite inks - PIGMENT INKS - When the first set were release a few years ago, I could never imagine the possibilities of the inks. But of course Altenew helped and created 4 sets of pigment inks that are just versatile, crisp, and overall super versatile.
The best part of the pigment inks is their ability to create crisp impressions on porous surfaces. This means you can use the inks in other surfaces other than paper. All you need is a bit of heat to secure the color to the surface.
The formulation of the pigment inks allows them to stay fluid atop of paper. This property is what makes them ideal for mixed media, as you can convert the ink from watercolor to an embossing medium. These inks are great for blending, stamping, embossing, coloring, and watercolor ... Let me show you what have created for today's hop:
I used the warm tones of the inks to create the background of the page. I simply dragged the ink pads along the edge of the page, and set it with some heat.
Once the ink set, I used Sapphire Pigment ink to stamp the images - Forever in Love stamp set- at the edge of the paper. Then used the Tye Dye Mottifs and Inspirational Quotes stamp set to heat embossed the title to the page.
I used the same technique from the background to create one of my journal cards. Then once again, I used Sapphire pigment ink and embossing powder to create the soft embossed flap out of vellum paper.
I just love all the things that you can create with just the Pigment ink pads. Be sure to check all the Pigment Ink collection in Altenew's shop. Remember you can always check the entire collection, just click here.
Of course we are celebrating these amazing Pigment inks with a giveaway"
$200 in total prizes! To celebrate this occasion, Altenew is giving away a $100 gift certificate to 1 lucky winner and a $20 gift certificate to 5 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 10/21/2012 for a chance to win. Altenew will draw 6 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 10/23/2021.
Good Luck everyone!
In addition, Altenew has a promotion this weekend :
Get 30% off ALL Pigment Inks with code INKSALE30 at checkout and receive a FREE Pigment Inks eBook(worth $2.99) from 10/13/2021 at 12:01 AM EST until 10/19/2021 at 11:59 PM EST. Not valid on prior purchases. Cannot be combined with other promo codes. Free gift will be added to cart automatically with all pigment ink orders.
Now to continue the fun, you are off to visit Erum 's blog to check more projects with the inks. Here is the list of today's participants.
Thanks for stopping by!
What a lovely page, Nathalie! I just bought the second set of mixed media inks and am so inspired to use them on my scrapbook pages and with vellum. Thanks for sharing your ideas.ReplyDelete
Great design and ideas for journaling.ReplyDelete
LOVE the vibrant b=nature of these inks - your journal project is lovely - thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Beautiful layouts, Nathalie. Love the colors of pigment inks.ReplyDelete
Love the petite scrapbook. These new inks have a richness that makes them stand out and a wowza on the colors!ReplyDelete
Love the page you created. So pretty!ReplyDelete
I love your journal pages!ReplyDelete
Thanks for these new colors. Love them all. I appreciate the versatility of pigment inks. Now to find the budget for them🤔.ReplyDelete
Your journal is SO pretty, Nathalie. Thanks for sharing more creative ways to use the pigment inks.ReplyDelete
Beautiful journal pages! The colors of these pigment inks are so pretty, and they look like they blend beautifully!ReplyDelete
So many beautiful colors,ReplyDelete
Beautiful journal page, Nathalie, especially with the lovely pigment ink colors.ReplyDelete
Thanks for showcasing these inks with your beautiful album. I love the versatility of the inks.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I already have my inks on order. Such beautiful colors.ReplyDelete
Great pages. I do not have many pigment inks. Might have to get a few!ReplyDelete
Pretty journal pages and thanks for explaining the ways to use this pigment ink.ReplyDelete
Beautiful journal page and the pigment inks sound amazing. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Your page is so beautiful! These ink colors are amazing!ReplyDelete
The inks look great on your pages.ReplyDelete
Your pages are gorgeous! I LOVE the colors of these inks!ReplyDelete
Beautiful colors and can't wait to see all the ways to use these. Love your journal pages as they are always inspiring!ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: Your work is always so beautiful! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: Gorgeous colors, too. ☺☺☺ email@example.comReplyDelete
Your description of pigment inks was helpful. Your pages are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I really like how you incorporated the inks on your journal pages.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous pages! I love using pigment colors…ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
Loved the way you used the pigment inks on vellum. Beautiful colors!ReplyDelete
love the pigment with embossing powder on vellum...beautiful!ReplyDelete
I love your journal page you created!ReplyDelete
What gorgeous pages!! I just got into journaling and these are amazing inspiration!ReplyDelete
I didn’t realize pigment ink was so versatile. Thanks for the inspirationReplyDelete
Beautiful layouts and love your color choice of these gorgeous colors!!ReplyDelete
I just love the beautiful way the inks blend. Your projects are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
So beautiful! Thinking I might have to invest in some colorful pigment inks, right now all I have is a black one!ReplyDelete
Superb design's on your pages, the colours are so vibrant. I must admit I am slowly acquiring an Altenew ink collection at home, looks like these are to be next.ReplyDelete
Your pages are lovely. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Beautiful journal pages!ReplyDelete
Lovely use of pigment inks.ReplyDelete
Wowser. What amazing work on the scrapbooks and journals projects. I love the color combinations you used, especially the card at the end was unique and so lovely!ReplyDelete
Beautiful images with these inks and stamps. I love the blue!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Nathalie, I love how you used the inks with your journaling, it's so beautiful and inspiring! Thank You!ReplyDelete
Your pages are incredible. They shine! Those pigment inks look fabulous!ReplyDelete
Great detail share for the inks. Nice projects to get an idea for use.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous creations!! I love the beautiful rich colours!! Thanks so much for the great inspiration! Stay safe! :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous pages. Very Pretty!ReplyDelete
Beautiful creations and amazing inspiration. Can’t wait to try out some of these techniques myself ❤️ReplyDelete
Such beautiful pages. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
I used to think Pigment Inks are for Heat Embossing. Now that I’ve seen so many beautiful projects using Pigment Inks for blending, I really have to try. Thanks so much for the inspirations.ReplyDelete
You can't beat a combo of warm sunshine and Caribbean sky. I like how the pattern fades as you go up the page.ReplyDelete
I, too, love pigment inks. I love to blend colors, heat emboss, stamp -- so many possibilities. As always, your journal pages are absolutely gorgeous.ReplyDelete
All very lovely pages!!ReplyDelete
Love your journal pages. Will have to try this!ReplyDelete
I never would have thought to put ink on my scrapbook/journal pages like that. It is so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Such a creative and beautiful page!ReplyDelete
Beautiful journal pageReplyDelete
and loving the inks and
Carla from Arizona
Such beautiful pages!ReplyDelete
I love all the ink blending on your layouts! I may need to try these inks!ReplyDelete
Just stunning pages...love the blending.ReplyDelete
Wow! These layouts are so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Very pretty layouts! Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete