Ink Smooshing

Well hello there and welcome to the new week.

Today I’m playing with the current CAS Mix Up Challenge which is all about creating with ‘inchies’.

I must admit I haven’t played much with this style of crafting but found it to be a fab idea and you can create many varied looks. For my card a created an ink smooshed background with my Kaleidacolour ink pad ‘Melon Melody’ which I then stamped a poppy image and die cut a film strip frame to create the ‘inchies’. I popped up the frame to create dimension and added the sentiment and my card was done.

Next is my card for the current Flower Challenge #36 which is an anything goes theme.

I created another ink smooshed background with my Kaleidacolor ink pad ‘Desert heat’ and then stamped my floral image across the bottom left corner. I added some black and white twine and a few Nuvo droplets and mounted it all on a white card base.

Well, that’s it for today – short and sharp! Thanks for looking and have a great day.

10 thoughts on “Ink Smooshing”

  1. TFS your details on how you created your beautiful inchies flowers images, Tristan. Wonderful CAS mixed media design. Thank you for sharing your 2nd beautiful smooshed card too for a different challenge. Two beauties. Hugs..Nancy

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  2. Your inchie card is fantastic, Tristan! Great idea to use a film strip frame for your pretty poppy image. Wonderful, soft colours for your ink smooshing. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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  3. I love this brilliant approach to inchies. The dimension truly has a beautiful effect on this whole poppy stamp. The subtle colours also bring a special elegance to this card. Thanks so much for joining us at CAS Mix Up! xx

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  4. I love this inchie card, Tristan! The ink smooshed background is perfect for this simply stamped poppy and the framing adds wonderful depth and texture! Love those bright colors of the second card too! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!

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