Heffy Doodle and Inkon3 Blog Hop

Hello Everyone,

Welcome to the Heffy Doodle and Inkon3 Collaboration Blog Hop! Our design teams have come together to share some amazing inspiration featuring Heffy Doodle and Inkon3 products, and there are prizes up for grabs, too!

This was the first time for me to try Atelier inks. They are water reactive, come in bold, bright colours and so easy to blend! I was playing with them for a while, trying different techniques to create this vibrant card. Let me show you!


First I blended My Jam Purple, Peacock Blue, Goddess Green, Bee Sting yellow and Marilyn red using an ink blending tool. The ink pads are so juicy that I had to be super light handed at the beginning 🙂 Those colours are gorgeous! I used them on Bristol Smooth cardstock as it is my favouite one for ink blending thanks to its slicker surface.


Then I took the Fancy foliage stencil from Heffy Doodle, sprayed it with Pixie Spray from Thermoweb to ensure it is not gonna shift while I am ink blending. I used the same colours just with heavier hands. Before removing the stencil I sprayed it with a handmade shimmer spritz: in a mini spritzer I added Liquid Pixie Dust and spritzed it over the entire surface. It gave such a pretty sparkle to the pattern!


I also wanted to try how bold the colours are if I simply apply the inkpads directly on the paper without a blending tool. I even managed to layer the colours and got that stunning teal colour – that is my favourite! Ohh my bold colour loving heart was jumping! I used the Amazoninan leaves die set from Heffy Doodle to create a rainbow of different leaves and tiny flowers.

I cut down the background with an Imperial Stitched Rectangle die and also cut a tag using the Tag along die set. The frame and backing I cut from smooth white cardstock and I also cut a vellum backing to layer over the white one. It is not really visible on the pictures but in real life it smoothens the texture and makes the whole tag look so delicate!

I arranged the foliage, adhered everything in place. I used a chunky blue twine to embellish the tag and painted Liquid Pixie Dust over the flowers I also adde mini white pearls to the flower centers.

The sentiment I heat embossed on a black banner from the Heffy Doodle Party Palooza stamp set, and popped it up with 3D foam squares. For heat embossing I used the Inkon3 Juicy Clear embossing ink.


Heffy Doodle will be giving away a 25ÂŁ CG and InkOn3 a 25$ CG to their respective stores.
Winners will be chosen randomly among all the comments left on the blog hop stops and announced on Sunday, June 7th on the Heffy Doodle and InkOn3 blog.

Remember to leave a comment on every stop in the hop to be entered to win!

InkOn3  Blog

Channin Pelletier

Jeannie Lieu

Ali Farmer

Dana Joy

Zsofia Molnar – you are here

Ilda Dias

Ashley Ebben

Cheryl Luu

Olga Mezentseva

Jaycee Gaspar

Heffy Doodle Blog

I hope you enjoyed my card and experiments with these awesome products. Thanks for leaving some love in the comments, it means so much to me. Happy hopping and hope to see you soon,


39 thoughts on “Heffy Doodle and Inkon3 Blog Hop

  1. the background is spectacular.
    The flowers and leaves on the tag
    are great. Wonderful addition of
    liquid pearls to make the centers
    of the flowers. thanks for sharing


  2. Whoa! I saw this card on instagram but didn’t know you used the inks for the die cuts too! I just thought they were from colored cardstock. Amazing card and use of the inks!


  3. What a beautiful card. I like everything about it- your lovely blended and sparkly background, the frame with vellum, and the pretty floral die cuts!


  4. Really love the beautiful cohesion between the tag and background. Just beautiful! I really love the way the colors flow! ❤❤


  5. Stunning card. I remember buying the fade out ink direct from the USA. I would love the pigment inks as the colours look so bright on your card. Can I get these inks in the UK now?


  6. Wow….I am suddenly transported to the tropics with these amazing colors!! Beautiful!!
    ❤ J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com


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