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Easy Background Technique for Handmade Cards

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Today's project and video tutorial are all about an easy background technique for your handmade cards.  Your stamps and ink can easily be used for so many techniques and accents on your crafting projects.

In this quick video, you will see a two-step technique.  Both can be used separately but also complement the other when combined.  Let's take a look and get ready to try this magic on your cards!

Easy Background Technique for Handmade Cards

Lisa's Inklings:
-Blending brushes work wonderfully to apply ink to card stock in a subtle way.
-The repetitive background stamping works well with smaller images as well as sentiments.
-The additional technique shown is the layering of identical stamped images to give depth and dimension.

Easy-background-technique-catching-butterfliesTip:  I love combining baker's twine or linen thread with ribbon!  It gives your project extra texture.

Easy-backround-technique-stampin-up-card-ideaHere are the supplies used for today's cardmaking project.  I appreciate your support! When you shop with me, it supports my small business and enables me to continue providing content through this blog, via email, and social media.

The Catching Butterflies Cling Stamp Set (English) [158108] is adorable and the only way to get it is to earn it for FREE with a $50 purchase before tax and shipping!  See another way that I've used this stamp set HERE.

Now it's your turn to get those creative juices flowing and try this easy background technique for handmade cards.

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