Mass Producing Stamped Cards



This card was actually from Day One, but I’ve only just gotten around to it.

I must admit, this isn’t my best effort, and I made some minor mistakes, but it’s also not my worst card ever!

I used distress ink for this, and if you look closely you will notice it began to bleed a little.  I use distress inks all the time to stamp, so I don’t know why it happened this time. (Could have been the cheap cardstock, I guess.)

This is a great technique, and I’ll definitely be giving it another go.  Next time I’ll use more appropriate inks and stamps.


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3 thoughts on “Mass Producing Stamped Cards

  1. Cheryl, nice card. The distress inks are made to blend together and they do bleed into the paper. If damp or wet they mix more. Pretty cool inks but work a lot differently.

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