Ink Smooshing on Shaped Cards

This project started with me trying to use up a stack of backgrounds in my studio. I dug into my ink-smooshed pile and thought, “How can I use these and make some really quick and easy cards?” I remembered that about a year ago, I watched a video where another crafter used shape dies to make cards and I thought I’d give it a go. Then of course, I was in the mood to do more ink smooshing… and, well, you know how that goes. So, I didn’t really decrease my stack of backgrounds but I had fun and ended up with another video. 😃

You can watch the video and see the complete supply list below. I hope this inspires you to make some quick cards and start playing with your inks!

Thanks, so much, for spending time with me while I craft! If you’d like to further support these project videos, please be sure and use the affiliate links provided below to purchase. This way I receive a small percentage of the sale, at no extra cost to you, that then helps me buy more goodies and make more projects to share with you. Thanks, in advance, for your kind support. 😘

Highlighted Supplies

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Thanks for hanging out with me!

Remember, if mailing a card with layers and embellishments in the United States, be sure and buy “non-machinable” postage, (about $0.78 in the US and $1.30 from US to International addresses) so your cards don’t get smooshed in the USPS postal machines. Hand deliver to the USPS and tell them to “hand cancel” or be sure and write “non-machinable” on the front of the envelope if you’re leaving it in your mailbox for pick up.

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Hugs, Michelle ❤️

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