Oh my gosh, the best of intentions and then I totally forgot to post this. Here is the second die reinker technique. For this one, stamp and emboss your image (flowers are good) on pearlized card stock. Believe me, you must use this card stock. Nothing else works. (SU! white shimmer is great). The images also look great embossed in gold. Then grab your mister and heavily spritz the embossed image. And I mean heavily. There should be puddles of water on the paper. Using a water brush, pick up some die ink and drop it onto a puddle. It will fill in an embossed section with color. So lovely to watch. If you have spritized sufficiently, you will not have to “paint” at all. Add additional color as desired. When you are happy with the results, let it dry. For the most intense color, let it soak in by itself. Only use a heat gun to dry the paper after the water is no longer in puddles. If you use the heat gun sooner, you will blow away the color, which is ok if you want a softer look. Once dry, cut out the flowers and make a card. Now wasn’t that fun? You better stamp and emboss a lot of these because it goes so fast you won’t want to stop at just one (or two or three).