6 Ways to Ombre // Mini Class

Ombre

OmbreOmbre has been a trend in the papercrafting world (and beyond) for quite awhile now and I am so glad it is here to stay! I stumbled across this gorgeous card from Kalyn Kepner on the Silhouette blog and it inspired me to get started on a video right away. There are so many ways to do ombre, but below you will find six techniques that you can use today with supplies you likely have on hand.

First up are single and multi color ink blending. Super easy to achieve with any ink medium. I used colors from the newly released Fall Blend Inkpad from Waffle Flower Crafts.

You can take the blending one step further by combining it with another technique – here I used masking and resist with the Summer Blend Inkpad from Waffleflower.


Processed with VSCOcam with c1 presetAnd finally, my favorites, we have gradient stamping (also called generation stamping, stamping-off) and stamping in a monochrome color palette. This time I used the new Winter Blend Inkpad. Loving all the color options in a cute compact case!

So easy you may not even need to check out the video, but just in case you still do just hit play below.

**Supplies used in the making of this project were sent to me by Waffle Flower Crafts.

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