Thanks For Always Being There

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Hello crafty friends. Welcome back to another tutorial. Today I’m sharing how I made this rainbow distressed ink card with very cool background stamp. I’ve been practicing my ink blending skills and I think this project worked out. (this time lol) Let’s get started.

Wanting a rainbow ink blended card, I grabbed Mermaid Lagoon, Twisted Citron, Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade and Candied Apple distress inks. Starting with blue, I inked up my ink tool and started ink blending my panel….going back and forth until you have the right blend you are looking for.

Once your blending is just right, you need to let it dry for a few minutes or you can use your heat tool to dry you panel. Make sure your panel is dry before you move onto embossing..if you don’t it will be a NIGHTMARE to get your embossing powder of the areas you don’t want it to be…regardless of you use an anti static tool or not. (in my opinion)

Now that your panel is dry, treat it with your anti static tool. I’m using SSS Emma Background stamp. Ink it up with embossing ink and I chose to use WOW! Metallic Silver Sparkle Glitter powder. Once I got all of the embossing powder off, I heat set it.

Black always POPS, so I used SSS Big Thanks die cut and a sentiment from the SSS Big Thanks Words stamp set. I added some some embellishments to finish the card off. That’s it! You have a great card for your special someone. Thanks for stopping by. I hope to see you next time. The products I used for this stamp and where I purchased them are listed below. Just click on the image.

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