Reinkers - not just for pads

Today in class we will be using an "oldie but goodie" technique for using re-inkers. We will be creating our own multi-colored ink pads! I'll also be sharing a couple of other ideas with them; can't share them here because that wouldn't be fair  Smiley

But I can share our sample card. The main technique was used to ink up this butterfly from our stamp set, Flight of the Butterfly. On a side note: I think I'm going to have to pay Tanya some sort of users fee. Her way of adding an outline to layers really adds a certain little somethin'-somethin' to some cards. I can't stop doing it ;)


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