Wow, what a day! I've been up since 5:30 this morning and I'm soooo not a morning person! My daughter had her first day of orientation at the University of Nevada Reno and you know, us parents will do ANYthing for our kids. Even if it means getting up at dark thirty to hold their daughter's hand for her first steps onto a college campus.
So, please forgive me for my photo taking skills. I'm working on it! Practice makes better, right? The great part about this series is that it's more about the technique than anything. I notice after I make a card to showcase a technique, later that evening or the next day I come up with a better design or maybe a different way I could've done the first one. Not always but sometimes I do this and that's why I decided day five will be the best day in the series! I will take each day of different ways to use your inks and show another project I made!
Today I have a super simple, yet effective, way to use your ink pad as a focal point on you card. And when I mean super simple, this is it:
Imagine the possibilities just by changing up the ink color. You could use yellow for a sunny focal point or light pink or blue for a baby card, soft green for florals. It's fun to think of different ways you can use your supplies, isn't it?
Happy stamping my friends! I hope you've enjoyed this series of five days, five ways. I'll see you tomorrow with all new cards showcasing these techniques!
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