Many crafters have a love/hate relationship with ink sprays. We buy them, and then they collect dust because we just don’t know what to do with them! This technique will not only help you start using your sprays, but it will breathe new life into diecuts that you might have sitting around in your scraps bin. It’s a win-win!
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supplies for pairing ink sprays with die cuts
You don’t need much to achieve great results. In fact, you don’t need anything special! Of course, if you need to do some shopping, I always have supplies linked below and at the end of the post. But, before you shop, be sure to check out my Crafty Sales page for any deals you can take advantage of at your favorite crafting haunts.
- Ink Sprays
- Diecuts (from your scraps bin if you have them!)
- Splat Box or other spray station (rando cardboard box….)
- Cardstock Bristol, watercolor, or other larger scraps for experimenting with
- Paper Towels
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steps to using ink sprays with die cuts
- Set up a spray station to contain spray and for easy cleanup.
- Place a piece of cardstock in the spray station and placethe diecut on top.
- Holding nk spray 6 – 12” away, spray as muchor as little ink as you like. If desired, spray different colors to achieve a multi-layered look.
*NOTE: for best results with positive images, ensure spray hits all the edges to create a complete look – especially wth words.
- Remove diecuts from sprayed piece. Continue using diecuts for as long as desired. Drying in between uses may be needed if pieces become too saturated.
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