Monday, January 1, 2018

Seasons Givings Blog Hop


Hello and welcome to the 6th Seasons Givings Blog Hop! I want to thank Latisha Yoast for organizing this for the past 6 years!  She does an amazing job!
This is for your our blog readers and A Jillian Vance Design fans!


I am honored that A Jillian Vance Design is a part of this hop and I want to thank you personally for checking our our AWESOME Design Team creations throughout the year.  
We are truly blessed with THE BEST Design Team around!

Today, I wanted to introduce you to our BRAND NEW product...
INKboss INKpression plates!
These plates are Made in the USA of stainless steel with a thickness if 0.012"
It works like a letter press only with more versatility as you can add various color and gradients with your daubers right on the plate as your inking it. 

Most inks in the industry are water based which washes right off with only water and ready for a next application instantly.
Because the plates are thinner than the regular dies, they are able to have fine details.   
Of course inking isn’t the only feature, you can also Emboss, Pencil Rubbing, and even simply using it as a standalone piece of artwork. 
I have even embossed the INKboss plate to a white piece of paper with no ink and then brushed distress ink over it to make the embossing stand out. 

 I’m sure more techniques will unfold as we use them even more.  
You use them in your manual die cutting machine just like you do with our dies with the same sandwich. I add a couple layers of heavy cardstock if I am just embossing to give a deeper pressing.  They are just gorgeous used on shiny metallic cardstock!

We currently have 4 INKboss INKpression plates:




Check out Ardyth's card here and her wonderful video showing how she used our Paisley Plume INKboss INKpression Plate.


Here is her quick video so you can see it in action!



Here is a video I did showing the versatility of these plates and different techniques I have used so far.  I can't wait to see what you all come up with!

Here is my giveaway ~ 2 INKboss INKpression Plates!




Please enter here for the A Jillian Vance Design giveaway.
Prize can only be shipped to USA and Canadian shipping addresses only.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Check out all the blogs on this Seasons Givings hop, they will each be showing lots of inspiration as well as hosting a giveaway on each one.
Please head on over to the talented  Kelly Creates blog for your next stop!



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Jean said...

Wow - these plates look amazing! Congrats! Love the backgrounds! Thank you for the opportunity!

Kimberly Robson said...

love to learn. snowflake FAB

Kate B said...

Those inkpression plates look amazing!! I look forward to trying one out & having more crafting time in the new year. Thanks for the chance to win & hope 2018 is wonderful for you!

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haejin kang said...

In 2018, I'm looking forward to challenging myself and meeting some personal goals~ :)

Linda E said...

Beautiful card! Love those impression plates too! Thanks for the chance!

Beka L said...

Your INKboss Impression Plates look awesome! I might need to get one or two of them to play with!

Lagene said...

Great card, Thanks for your generous participation in this Season of Giving Event! My crafty resolution is to organize my craft room so I can be more productive in my card making!

Dana Norris said...

I'm in love with the INKpression plates! They look like so much fun! Two of them in the giveaway is an amazing prize! In 2018 I hope to learn new techniques to use in my cardmaking.

Robin said...

Crafting more! Love being in my craft room.

Patt H. said...

Those plates are so beautiful! Thanks for sharing & for the chance to win such a fabulous prize.

Jodi Warren said...

I have such a huge stash of things I love that I need to spend more time experimenting and creating with. I also want to build up my stash of cards to give out during the year. Happy New Year!

sentsue said...

I have never seen these plates before. It would be fun to try them.

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