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The first thing I did was add ink to the Distress Oxide Custom Blend (empty) ink pad that’s included in the kit. I choose three colors of Distress Oxide Ink that I already had in my stash (the re-inkers are not included in the kit): Dried Marigold, Seedless Preserves, and Chipped Sapphire. After applying the ink to the pad, I swiped the ink pad over the lid of the pad so that I’ll know in the future what colors I used. NOTE: I don’t show this step in the video, but you can see the lid of the ink pad in the photo above.
I swiped the ink pad across the front of my card base, and then sprinkled some water over the area for added texture. The Distress Oxide ink reacts with the water!
Then I stamped one of the snowman from the Snow Much stamp set in Intense Black ink and colored him with coordinating colors of Copic markers. I cut out the snowman and left a slight margin around the shape.
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