Using Inky Backgrounds | No Stamping Required

If you’ve been following my artistic journey for awhile, you know I love squishing distress inks to make backgrounds. ❤️ So, I was in a mood and made a bunch of backgrounds with some Distress Oxides. I used different dies to create openings for the pretty to show through and then added a sentiment from my favorite sentiment die set made by Spellbinders. Once again, no stamping required. 😁

You can watch a process video by clicking the green button below. Have a wonderful day and thanks for hanging out with me! 😘 As usual, the supply list can be found below as well.

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Supplies are listed in the order that I use them in the video.

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Remember, if mailing a card with layers and embellishments in the United States, be sure and buy “non-machinable” postage so your cards don’t get smooshed in the USPS postal machines.

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Thanks for hanging out with me! ❤️
Hugs, Michelle

2 thoughts on “Using Inky Backgrounds | No Stamping Required

  1. I love your style! You make the most beautiful creations and it’s nice to have a music background. Am definitely following you! Please keep amazing me with your talent!


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