Spiral Text Ink Spot Cards

Autumn Leaves Spiral Text Ink Spot Cards

Making and sending cards is one of my favorite things! Although judging by the pile of handmade cards sitting on my desk and spilling out of every drawer, I must love making them more than I love sending them. I need to get on that!

Today I’m adding a few more cards to my bulging stash with these spiral text ink spot cards. They are super easy to make, but pack a punch of autumn with the pretty colors and tiny leaves. I must admit, the tiny leaves are my favorite part.

Draw your sentiment with the Pazzles Pen Tool and a permanent Sharpie. Use watercolors, alchohol inks, or even markers to achieve the smooshed ink spot look. Download the instructions for more details on this process. The little leaves are the final touch and I found the best way to make them look scattered on the card is to actually scatter them on the card. Just drop them on the card, move them a bit to uncover any of the words, and then glue them down.

Autumn Leaves Spiral Card with Ink Spot

You can leave them simple or dress up the card with ribbon and a few sequins.

Happy Fall!

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Bazzill Classic Smooth White Cardstock
Recollections Cardstock (Kraft, Yellow, Orange, Red, Green)
Pazzles Pen Tool
Black Sharpie Marker
Reeves Watercolor Paints
Large Acrylic Block




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