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Anyways, I hope you're not bored of me talking about ink blending yet because today, I bring you another ink blended card. Hope you'll carry on to read my process below :)
I've always and only done ink blending on white cardstock or watercolour paper. Mainly because the colours shows up more vibrant and true. But this week, I thought I'd try it on kraft paper. I didn't have a good card layout idea but I wanted to do some trial & error.
Basically, I've ink blended the paper as usual. No difference in the technique. I tried a few colours but today I'm only showing you the purple ink. The lighter colours will not show so vibrant but it still works, depending on the look you're going for.
I hope this gives you an ideas and motivation to stretch the uses of your cardstock and inks.
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