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Hello lovelies and welcome on my blog. Today I have a quick and easy ink blending step by step photo tutorial for you with the new exclusive clear photo-polymer stamp release from Scrapbook.com. As always you can find the used supplies below the post. 


I started the cardmaking with ink blending. As you can see, I used the Hybrid Inkpads with stencil blending brushes and I started my blending process on a silver glitter cardstock. 



This is very important! For this technique you should use hairy blending tool. In this technique I was inspired by my sweet friend Mindy. She is an amazing cardmaker so be sure to check her linked feed and give her some love. 



Next I made a white die-cut with the Reverse Stitched - Scalloped Rectangle Windows, adhered on it a foam tape to add a little dimension, then applied a thicker layer of adhesive (you need to do this because of a glitter cardstock), then adhered it to my card. 


Next step was the stamping for which I used the Hugs for you set. For the ink blending and stamping I used the Confetti Pink, Rubber Ducky and Mermaid Hybrid Ink Pads


When the stamping was done I fussy cut the sentiments, added a heat embossed sentiment and my card was almost ready. 



I wanted to add a little cuteness to my card so I added cats what I made with the I love You This Much Stamp Set, adhered everything together and my card was ready. 


Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! If you have any questions feel free to ask in the comment and if we are not already, let's be friends on Instagram. :) 

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