[Video] Smooth Ink Blending on Neenah Cardstock

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Hello crafty friends! Today I am back with a new Create A Smile video tutorial!

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My video today features the super adorable All Hands on Deck stamp set. I used Copic markers for the coloring. For the background, I blended distress inks on Neenah Solar White cardstock. The ink blending looks velvety and it is absolutely gorgeous!

To see how my card come together, watch the video below. To watch it in HD on YouTube, click HERE.

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Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!

Supplies:

  1. Create A Smile All Hands On Deck Stamp Set
  2. Create A Smile Circles on Line Stencil
  3. MISTI Grid Transparency: Simon Says Stamp
  4. MISTI Stamping Tool: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  5. Neenah Solar White 80 lb Card Stock: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  6. Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  7. EK Success Small Precision Scissors: Ellen Hutson
  8. Scotch Blue Painter’s Tape: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  9. Ranger Ink Blending Tool: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  10. Ranger Ink Blending Tool Replacement Foam: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  11. Peacock Feathers Distress Ink: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  12. Salty Ocean Distress Ink: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  13. Antique Linen Distress Ink: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  14. Tea Dye Distress Ink: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  15. Vintage Photo Distress Ink: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  16. Versafine Onyx Black Ink Pad: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  17. Scotch Double-Sided Foam Tape: Ellen Hutson // Simon Says Stamp
  18. Cheaper Alternative Foam Tape: Ellen Hutson

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