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So...what is a blot you ask? In this case its what you can do with an ink pad, acrylic block and spritzer! You can put in on the block directly from the ink pad as I did here. Or you can use a sponge dauber to pat ink on the block. Then you spritz it with water in our Spray Pen and stamp! Its that easy and you can make so many things this way. Here I've made backgrounds for flowers. I used a 1" x 1" block to create the background of the flower. Next I stamped the spike image on top to finish the flower. You get such unique looks this way! For the butterflies I used the stamp rolling technique. I first inked in Canary the tapped the edges on the Cotton Candy ink pad and stamped! As long as you go from a light to dark ink you won't contaminate your ink pads. Oh...for the Happy Birthday message I curved the stamp to fit around the 4 You image. Thats one of the great things about acrylic stamps!
All products are Close To My Heart:
--White Daisy Cards & Envelopes (value set)
--Acrylic blocks: 1"x1", 2"x2"
--Spray Pen with water
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